New Delhi: Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma has reasons to be happy as his team reached semifinals beating Perth Scorchers at the Ferozeshah Kotla here Wednesdaydespite teammate Sachin Tendulkar's poor form. He says he is not worried about Sachin's form as batsman of his experience can come good any time.
40 year old Tendulkar, who is struggling with his form, has scored 15, 5 and 0 in the three Champions League Twenty20 games he has played so far.
"It's not a worry for us because we all know how many runs he has scored and how much experience he has with him. He is hitting the ball well and it was an unfortunate dismissal today. It's not easy when you were chasing 149-run target in 14.2 overs with run-rate of 11 an over," said Sharma at the post-match press conference here wednesday.
. “I am not concerned about his form as he is hitting the ball well. Unfortunately, he got out without scoring today. I don't think we need to worry about him. A batsman of his experience can come good anytime he wants to. Hopefully, he will play a big knock in the semifinals,” Sharma said of Tendulkar, who will probably play his last T20 game Saturday.