The most successful team in IPL history, the Mumbai Indians, are starring in early elimination from the 2022 IPL tournament after losing to CSK on Thursday at Navi Mumbai. The most successful Mumbai Indian team in IPL history (Mumbai Indians) has lost seven games this season. With the loss, the Mumbai Indians became the only IPL franchise to lose their first seven games at the trot in any IPL season.
The most successful team in IPL history, the Mumbai Indians IPL, lost the first seven games of IPL 2022 in their final thriller defeat to the Chennai Super Kings on Thursday, marking the worst team start to the IPL season’s record. Yes, the Mumbai Indians IPL are the first team in the tournament’s 15-year history to lose seven games at the start of a season. The five-time record holder has joined the club as the Indian Premier League has its worst start to the season.
With the exception of the Delhi Daredevils (now the Delhi Capitals) and the Deccan Chargers (who no longer exist), no other team has finished an IPL season with fewer than two wins (4 points), the lowest of any group. Those losing streaks pale compared to what the other three teams have achieved during the IPL season. Mumbai is the seventh team in the IPL to lose six or more consecutive games in a season. In addition to failing to CSK, the Mumbai Indians now have the dubious honour of being the first team to lose their first seven games in IPL history.
With this victory, the Chennai Super Kings moved to ninth position, and there is still a long way to go as the top rivals become the first team in IPL history to lose seven games in a row behind the Dare Devils the RCBs. After winning the Chennai Super Kings draw as a ritual followed by all IPL teams, gave the Indians from Mumbai a chance to set a goal, and they almost succeeded too, but the captain’s formidable serve was fantastic; Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led, the Chennai Super Kings, to win the game in style. Tilak Verma’s valiant fifty-run knock was in vain as the Rohit Sharma-led side fell to a new low in the ongoing tournament. This time, the finish of the championship stage was much closer, with four teams stuck on 16 points, with the Mumbai Indians (MI) in fourth place thanks to a dominant nine-wicket win over SRH in the final championship match.
On the other hand, Rohit stated that it is difficult to pinpoint precisely what the team is doing wrong, resulting in seven consecutive defeats. “It’s difficult to name anything specific, but we’re not off to a good start in the match. You’ll always be playing the catching game if you lose quick wickets. But I thought we did an excellent job of keeping them under pressure until the last over, but Pretorius and Dhoni took them home, “He elaborated.