Credit: Twitter

Credit: Twitter

After registering their first win of the IPL 2023, Mumbai Indians’ skipper Rohit Sharma interacted with his wife, Ritika Sajdeh, and promised that he will bring the longest six and most fours trophy for their daughter Samaira. The record five-time winners defeated Delhi Capitals by six wickets in a nail-biting last-ball thriller at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Tuesday.

MI won the toss and invited the hosts to bat first, who put up a target of 172 runs after losing all their wickets with two balls remaining.  Rohit Sharma’s paltan put themselves in the winning position with the skipper’s 65 off 45 balls, and Tilak Verma’s 41 off 29 balls.

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Rohit Sharma was awarded the Player of the Match award, along with receiving a trophy for the longest six and most fours in the match. After the match, Rohit was captured talking to Ritika over a video call, where he said he will bring the trophy for their daughter, Samaira. Along with it, he also said that he was nervous and couldn’t see the last over but now he is happy. He said, “I feel good. I went inside, didn’t want to see the last over man. My nails are gone. I have been part of these kinds of games a lot in these 15 years of IPL.”

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In the last over of the match, the Rohit-led squad needed five runs to win. However, Anrich Nortje’s five-yorker spell brought the match to two off the last ball. But, Tim David and Cameron Green’s last ball runs helped Mumbai to mark their first win of the tournament.