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‘We must believe we’ve another chance’

DNMUM388866 | 5/18/2017 | Author : Rutvick Mehta | WC :415



Mumbai: Mumbai Indians had a formatted team pattern for a major part of the league stage. That’s until the team management decided to rest six key players for their final league game against the Kolkata Knight Riders, and disrupt a set combination.
MI went back partly to their successful format for the Qualifier 1 against Rising Pune Supergiant, but couldn’t replicate the success when it mattered the most.
Out of the six that were benched for the KKR game, two did not play on Tuesday (Harbhajan Singh and Nitish Rana), two had a decent outing (Lasith Malinga and Parthiv Patel), while two had a forgettable day (Mitchell McClenaghan and Jasprit Bumrah).
It’s the final duo that has played a big role in high-flying MI’s
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