Mumbai Indians are having a unpleasant campaign in the IPL. They’re light on the journey for that elusive victory after struggling eight successive defeats. That is moreover the worst beginning to a season by a franchise in the league.
In 2015, Mumbai Indians started off with four straight defeats prior to staging a worthy comeback to seize the championship title. This season, nonetheless, the crawl has been affected by too many factors. Chief amongst these is the lack of skill to search out a balanced aggregate for his or her lopsided squad.
The absence of the Pandya brothers is deeply felt, while the opening duo of Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma hasn’t clicked as a unit but. Mahela Jayawardene, the head coach, hinted that he could replace Kishan in the subsequent game.
No team had ever begun their campaign with eight defeats. Previously, Delhi Capitals (2013) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (2019) had misplaced the principle six fits on the toddle. In 2012, Deccan Chargers slipped to four straight defeats, and they earned their first point handiest after chronic rain washed away the game against Kolkata Knight Riders.
|Team||Year||Video games Lost|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||2019||6|
Nonetheless the file for the worst dropping streaks in the tournament belongs to the now-defunct Pune Warriors India. They misplaced the final nine fits of the IPL 2012, and started the subsequent season with two more defeats. A alarm saunter of dropping 11 successive video games was as soon as in the end broken with a seize over Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2013. On the opposite hand, in 2013, Pune again went by means of dropping nine video games.
Delhi Capitals is one more franchise to lose 11 successive video games correct by means of two seasons. They carried out IPL 2014 with nine video games, and needed to preserve up for the third match to taste their first victory in 12 fits.
|Pune Warriors India||2012 & 2013||11|
|Delhi Capitals||2014 & 2015||11|
|Pune Warriors India||2013||9|
|Kolkata Knight Riders||2009||9|
|Delhi Capitals||2012& 2013||8|