Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma was frustrated by their restricted 3-run out to Sunrisers Hyderabad however was fulfilled that his make-shift bowling assault figured out how to pull back things in the trudge overs in Match 65 of IPL 2022 at the Wankhede here.

He said his group would have dominated the game yet for the lamentable runout of Tim David (46), who had pounded four sixes off T Natarajan in the eighteenth over.

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In the wake of confining a rampaging Sunrisers Hyderabad to 193/6 of every 20 overs with some great bowling in the trudge overs, Mumbai Indians looked great for their fourth success of IPL 2022 when David blitzed Natarajan for 26 runs in the eighteenth over. They required 19 runs off 13 balls to win yet David went for a pointless single to hold strike and was run out. Mumbai ultimately finished with 190/7 out of 20 overs and missed the mark.

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"Till about the second to last over, I thought we had it. Unfortunate runout of Tim David but we thought we were very much in the game till that runout. Even 19 runs to go with two overs, you would back yourself to get that but unfortunately, we couldn't do it. Credit to Sunrisers to hold their nerve. It was a very tense moment and they held their nerve very well at the back end," Rohit said during the post-match presentation on Tuesday.

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Gotten some information about their arrangements for their last match of IPL 2022 against Delhi Capitals on May 21, Rohit said they will attempt to complete the season on a high. "For us, it`s pretty simple. We just want to tick off the boxes and finish off on a high note if possible. We will try everything we can from our side to put our best foot forward in the last game. If there is an opportunity to try out some more guys, we will look to do that too," he added.