Mumbai Indians must be as aggressive as Chennai Super Kings, according to Graeme Swann. Former England cricketer Graeme Swann. He believes Mumbai Indians should emulate CSK’s “ultra aggressive” approach against RCB as it seeks its first win of the season.
Former England cricketer Graeme Swann believes Mumbai Indians should emulate CSK’s “ultra-aggressive” approach against RCB as they seek their first win of the season. Both teams had lost their first four games before CSK broke their losing streak with a 23-run victory over RCB on Tuesday. The Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians, on the other hand, are still searching for their first win of the season. “Mumbai Indians basically need to take a template from what CSK did against RCB and copy that going forward,” Swann said on Star Sports.
“They will be able to win (their upcoming matches) if they can go with an ultra-aggressive intent,” the former off spinner said.
Swann went on to say that teams like Mumbai and Chennai, which have suffered four consecutive defeats in as many games, must maintain a positive body language going forward.
“Any coach or captain would expect his players to show more intensity (on the field), more hard work, and to show that they mean it (when it comes to winning), even if they had previously lost a few games. So using body language is a good idea.”