Delhi Capitals opener Ajikya Rahane has said that three consecutive defeats do not spoil his team and such things keep happening in big tournaments like IPL.
Rahane said today on the eve of Saturday's match against Mumbai Indians, "I think we started very well. In the beginning, we won seven out of nine matches and then the results of the last three matches did not come as per our wish but in a tournament like IPL all this happens. It is a big tournament, this competition is to stay on the journey and learn from every match. ''
He said, "I think the next two matches are really important and it is important to remain positive during this. Three defeats does not make us a bad team. This tournament is to play with their full strength and support each other. As a team, we are hoping to do well against Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). "The
The 32-year-old batsman said on the way to head coach Ricky Ponting to deal with the pressure situation after consecutive defeats. , '' Pontigs are great. I enjoy working with them. He is always positive and asks us to play cricket by being positive. ''
Rahane said about the match against the Mumbai Indians who have qualified for the playoffs, that Delhi Capitals will face this strong team as a unit. He said, "Mumbai is a good and strong team. This team has done well in the IPL. We need to play with our full strength.
Tomorrow we have to give our best. Every player on our team is capable of winning matches, so I think we should believe in our abilities. "He (Mumbai Indians) plays as a team, a unit and we know How strong they are. We have to play one against Mumbai Indians and win. ”