Mumbai Indians’ skipper Rohit Sharma is having a lean patch with his performance in the tournament for 2 seasons now. With consistently low scores and a lack of thrilling performances from the Indian Captain, there has been a lot of noise lately to sack him from the captaincy of Mumbai Indians.

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The five-time champions of the Indian Premier League have not had a good record in the tournament since 2021. The team won their last IPL Title in 2020. In 2021, Mumbai Indians finished in 5th position in the points table and failed to qualify for the playoffs. In 2022, Mumbai Indians finished in the last position in the Points Table.

Currently, in the TATA IPL 2023, Mumbai Indians have not had a great run. They stand in the 8th Position and the Skipper Rohit Sharma has registered two golden ducks in the season.

Cameron Green on Rohit Sharma to continue as Mumbai Indians captain

Regardless of Rohit’s poor performance with the bat, the Australian All-Rounder Cameron Green backs him as the team’s captain. He also respects Rohit’s allegiance with Mumbai Indians and believes he has given some incredible performances in the past.

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“We know the allegiance of Rohit with Mumbai Indians and everything that he has done in his career. So, we back him. He can come back and perform for us, he has batted beautifully in a few games, showing a really good tempo on the top. So, we back Rohit all the way,” said Cameron Green during a press conference ahead of Mumbai Indians’ clash against Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Cameron Green spoke about the team’s performance and how the team strives to perform better in the upcoming games and the rest of the 16th season of the Indian Premier League.

“Hopefully everything we learned in the first 10 games holds us in good stead for the rest of the season, that’s going to be ruthless where if you win a game you’re second and if you lose, you’re second last. We have to put in our best performances. We have an incredible team when we perform, so we’re going to back ourselves,” said Cameron Green during a press conference.

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