Mumbai Indians opener Quinton de Kock said that the experienced and strong middle order is the strength of any team but it does not make the job of the openers, who are responsible for giving a good start. He also admitted that he made some mistakes in the beginning of the league but later regained the rhythm.
Mumbai Indians reached the top of the points table of IPL 2020 in the playoffs. His middle order batsmen Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Kairan Pollard and Krunal Pandya are in excellent form.
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“I was batting well on the net but made some mistakes in the beginning of the tournament but have now regained the momentum,” said Di Cock.
The South African wicket-keeper batsman said, ‘Having experienced middle order gives advantage in any situation. It does not matter in mindset. We always try to give the best start.
He said that with Rohit Sharma or young Ishaan Kishan, his attitude towards batting remains the same. He said, ‘Not much has changed. Ishaan and my mutual understanding are also good like mine and Rohit’s. Ishaan is very young and talented and it is a pleasure to see his good form.