WPL: We were worse than average, says RCB captain Smriti Mandhana

Having experienced consecutive losses, Regal Challengers Bangalore captain Smriti Mandhana on Monday conceded that they were “less than impressive” in their WPL match against Mumbai Indians yet guaranteed areas of strength for a.

Picking to bat first, RCB were all out for 155 and afterward saw MI pursue down the objective with upwards of 34 balls in excess.

“We would have wanted to set up a superior execution. We were worse than average. Will return harder. There were two-three hitters getting 20-30 runs, a couple of players including me couldn’t set up a decent score,” Mandhana said at the post-match show.

“We will sit and talk and attempt to concoct a superior presentation. We had six-seven great bowlers. As the need might arise to set up a decent all out ready.

“It’s a short competition, we can’t harp on it. In establishment cricket, even after two misfortunes we can turn it around rapidly.” Mandhana was, notwithstanding, content with Kanika Ahuja (22) and Shriyanka Patil’s (23) execution with the bat, having come at number seven and eight in the batting request.

“Heaps of up-sides as Kanika and Shriyanka’s batting after the top request breakdown, truly content with the manner in which they batted,” she said.

While RCB have lost two matches on the jog, this was Mumbai Indians‘ second triumph in as numerous excursions.

“I think batting was something very similar, the bowling we improved in the primary game (against Gujarat Monsters) than today. We actually did well to keep them to little score.

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