"The unity in the team is a good sign" - Rohit Sharma vows that they will come back stronger

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The five-time champions Mumbai Indians didn't have a great time in this edition of the Indian Premier League.
The five-time champions Mumbai Indians didn't have a great time in this edition of the Indian Premier League. They lost their first nine matches and become the first team to be knocked out of the playoffs.
Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians played 14 matches where they managed to win only 4 games and finished at the bottom of the table. The skipper has struggled a lot this season as he managed to score only 268 runs in all 14 games he played and has an average of below 20.
Moreover, this is the first season for Rohit Sharma finishing without any fifties to his name. Recently, the Mumbai Indians skipper has opened up about how they are going to bounce back in the upcoming season and will also use the services of the English pacer Jofra Archer.
It was great to see how the team stuck together: Rohit Sharma
Mumbai IndiansMumbai Indians and their fans will be hoping to watch their side's comeback in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. "It was an unexpected season but we do want to reflect on the learnings and the positives.
It was great to see how the team stuck together and backed each other. Now it’s about how we look at the next season and how we prepare. We managed to end on a high and that was important for us. We are gonna come back stronger," Rohit Sharma was quoted as saying by Zee News.
"The unity in the team is a good sign. I didn’t see any of them give up. We stayed together as a family. They were trying their best in training and I am proud of that. The camaraderie in the team has been excellent. We had one goal and everyone was working towards it," said Rohit Sharma.
Moreover, Rohit Sharma also praised the youngster Tilak Varma and Dewald Brevis who have impressed all the fans with their bat. "Some of them are going to be gun players in the future. Them putting their hand up and giving their best was the most pleasing part of the season," the 35-year-old added.