IPL final: “Not a nice feeling now”

GT pacemaker mohit sharma he was depressed after the heartbreaking defeat, and the Indian pacemaker recently spoke out to discuss how he felt after the pinnacle match ended in defeat.

Chennai Super Kings won the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the fifth time after defeating Gujarat Titans by five wickets in the final match of the 16th edition on Monday, May 29 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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The game came down to the final ball when Chennai won it by one run after being conceded a revised DLS target of 171 runs in 15 overs. At the end of the game, Mohit Sharma, an Indian pacer, received the ball.

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Mohita bowled three accurate yorkers and held off the batsmen as Chennai needed 13 runs in the final over to win the match. However, he allowed 10 runs on the last two balls as Chennai clinched the match with back-to-back limits from Jadeja.

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Mohit Sharma seemed downcast after the heartbreaking defeat, recently speaking about how he felt after the pinnacle match ended in defeat.

“I could not sleep. Sochta raha kya alag karta joh party jeet jaate. What if he could have thrown this ball or that ball? It’s not a nice feeling right now. Somewhere something is missing, but I’m trying to move on.” Mohit Sharma told Indian Express.

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“I had practiced such situations” – Mohit Sharma

GT Pacer Mohit Sharma also discussed his strategy before kicking off the final. In his opinion, he trusted his instincts in the final because he had practiced these kinds of scenarios in network practice.

“My mind was very clear about what I wanted to do. In the networks, I had practiced such situations and have also been in such scenarios before. So I said let me bowl yorkers and I was backing my gut.” Mohit Sharma said.

Mohit Sharma later admitted that although Jadeja hit that ball, he still came back to repeat what he had done on the first four balls. He claimed that he wanted to throw that ideal yorker onto Jadeja’s toes.

“I ran and tried to bowl (yorker) again. I just wanted to focus and back myself up. All IPL I have done. The ball landed where it shouldn’t have and Jadeja grabbed the bat from her. I tried, I did the best I could.” Mohit Sharma said.

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He bowled brilliantly in the match but it was not enough to prevent Gujarat from succumbing to a five wicket defeat. Jadeja helped his side win the IPL for the fifth time with a 15-run performance from just six balls, including a six and cap in the last two deliveries.

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