IPL 2023: Rohit Sharma flopped badly, pavilion returned on single ditties in 6 innings

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IPL 2023: Rohit Sharma flopped badly, pavilion returned on single ditties in 6 innings

Rohit Sharma In IPL 2023: Mumbai Indians have played 12 matches in IPL 2023. The team has done well in the current season so far. But the team captain Rohit Sharma has looked a complete flop in the current season of the tournament. Rohit Sharma has lost his wicket maximum 6 times on the score of single digits in 12 matches. Rohit Sharma has been able to score only one half-century in the tournament so far.

How many wickets lost between how many scores?

Rohit Sharma has lost wickets maximum 6 times between single digit i.e. 0 to 9 runs, i.e. in half the innings, the captain of Mumbai Indians could not touch double figures.

After this, Rohit Sharma has been dismissed 4 times between 20 and 29 runs, that is, Rohit Sharma could not cross the figure of 30 runs in total 10 innings. In 10 innings, he has returned to the pavilion on a score of less than 29 runs.

On the other hand, in the remaining two innings, once the Mumbai captain lost his wicket between 30-49 runs and once he got out after scoring more than 50 runs.

  • Rohit Sharma got out 6 times between 0 and 9 runs.
  • Rohit Sharma between 10 and 19 runs – not out.
  • Rohit Sharma got out 4 times between 20 and 29 runs.
  • Rohit Sharma got out 1 time between 30 and 49 runs.
  • Rohit Sharma after 50+ score – got out 1 time.

Runs are being scored at an average of just 18

Please tell that Rohit Sharma is scoring runs at an average of 18 in IPL 16. Batting in 12 innings, he scored 220 runs at an average of 18.33 and a strike rate of 128.65. During this, only one half-century has come out of his bat. At the same time, Rohit has hit 12 sixes and 24 fours in the season. Captain Rohit Sharma’s poor form is slowly becoming a problem for his team Mumbai Indians.

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