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Didn’t deserve to win: Harbhajan
Tuesday 27 September 2011

Mumbai Indians won yet another closely fought encounter, this time against Trinidad and Tobago. But captain Harbhajan Singh revealed after the match that his team didn’t deserve to take the points home.

"I must congratulate Darren and his team. They were the better side. We didn't deserve to win. We didn't bat sensibly," Harbhajan said after the match.

The India off-spinner said Mumbai Indians played too many unnecessary shots and unless they improved their batting, they will be knocked out of the tournament soon.

"We needed to tick the ball around, but we looked to play too many shots. We just weren't there with the bat. If we keep batting like this, we won't be here for long," he said.

"We won today, but if we want to be there for the semis, we can't keep playing this kind of cricket." he revealed.

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