After a seven-wicket defeat against Chennai Super Kings, SunRisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner took duty for his sluggish knock of 57 off 55 balls which lowered the group’s whole, limiting them to a below-par whole within the first innings. A late onslaught from Kane Williamson (26* off 10) and fifties from Manish Pandey (61) and Warner guided SRH to 171/3 of their allotted 20 overs. In reply, Ruturaj Gaikwad’s blistering 75-run knock and a fifty from Faf du Plessis (56) helped CSK chase the goal down with 9 balls to spare.
“I take full responsibility for the way I batted. I batted slow and hit the fielders. The way Manish batted was exceptional. Kane and Kedhar got us to a respectable total, but at the end of the day, I take full responsibility. Probably 15 good shots to fielders and they are the ones that make or break the innings. At the end of the day, I took too many balls,” Warner mentioned after the match.
He additional lauded CSK openers for setting the muse for CSK’s comfortable win.
“We fought well to the end, but the two [CSK] openers batted well. I’m not too sure. He was going to bat 4 and at the end of the day, we soaked up too many balls. At the end of the day, he (Williamson) bats at 4 and that’s his job. I think we have a day game here as well. 170 is par during the night, but we need to be positive. We’re a bunch of fighters. The guys will be hurt by this but we will be up and about,” Warner mentioned.
Chasing 172, Gaikwad and Du Plessis gave a flying start to CSK. The openers confirmed their intentions from the start of the run-chase.
Both the openers began taking up SRH bowlers and smashed them throughout the park. The duo added 54 runs within the Powerplay overs. The openers continued their carnage as CSK crossed the three-figure mark within the eleventh over.
Du Plessis accomplished his fifty off 32 balls. In the twelfth over, Gaikwad additionally smashed his fifth IPL half-century. The 129-run opening partnership was put to an finish by Rashid Khan within the thirteenth over as he cleaned up Gaikwad after scoring 75 off 44. His knock was studded with 12 fours.
Rashid in his final over gave a double blow to CSK as he dismissed each du Plessis (56) and Moeen Ali (15) off successive balls. Ravindra Jadeja and Suresh Raina remained unbeaten on seven and 17 runs respectively as CSK received the sport with 9 balls to spare.
For SRH, Rashid returned with the figures of three/36 in his 4 overs.
SRH will subsequent tackle Rajasthan Royals on May 2.
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