<iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/Y4YUFVfzszs?list=UUl23mvQ3321L7zO6JyzhVmg" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>A video of <a href="/tags/Mumbai-Indians/post" target="_blank">Mumbai Indians</a> captain<a href="/tags/Rohit-Sharma/post" target="_blank"> Rohit Sharma</a> and<a href="/tags/Dhawal-Kulkarni/post" target="_blank"> Dhawal Kulkarni </a>in a candid conversation in a flight during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2013 tournament.<br /> <br /> After their seven-wicket loss to the Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rohit praised the opposition bowlers for producing an inspired show in the 43rd match of the tournament.<br /> <br /> &quot;Probably we were 10-15 runs short. You have to give credit to Sunrisers bowlers. They bowled well, stuck to their plan. Sometimes it doesn&#39;t come off. It was one of those days where our batting didn&#39;t click,&quot; Rohit was quoted as saying by IANS.<br /> <br /> &quot;Last nine games we scored more than 70 runs in last five overs but today was one of those days when things didn&#39;t go our way,&quot; Sharma said.<br /> <br /> He said he didn&#39;t believe in home conditions. &quot;There is advantage of playing at home because you know conditions better but I feel whoever plays better cricket on a given day wins the game. I thought they played better cricket than us so they won the game.&quot;<br /> <br /> Sharma said they discussed at length about the wicket as the average score here was 130-135. &quot;We could have done little better with the ball also. But you can&#39;t expect bowlers to defend such a small target,&quot; he said.