Sunrisers Hyderabad were defeated by Mumbai Indians by 13 runs. This is SRH's third consecutive defeat this season.
Mumbai did not score big while batting first. The current winner could score only 150 runs for the loss of five wickets in 20 overs. The target was not a big score in T20Is but Sunrisers once again failed to achieve the target and two balls were bowled out for 137 earlier. Opener Jonny Bairstow scored 43 and skipper Warner 36 for Sunrisers. As soon as the two were dismissed, the match went out of Sunrise’s grip. The rest of the batsmen could not lead the team to victory.
He said, “You will not win like this.
Sunrisers Hyderabad has not had a good start to IPL 2021. He has suffered three consecutive defeats. Hyderabad was defeated by current champions Mumbai Indians by 13 runs in a match played at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday. Sunrisers captain David Warner has lashed out at his team’s batsmen after the defeat. He has said that the target given by Mumbai was a score worth achieving and should have been achieved but the team lost due to poor and irresponsible batting of the team and the team was once again stunned by the victory.
Need to survive till the end
Warner looked extremely angry with his team’s batsmen after the match and said it was not possible for the team to win if the two batsmen did not last till the end. “I don’t know how to watch it,” Warner said at the presentation ceremony after the match. We were both sets. I was run out, Johnny also gave his wicket. The wrong shots on the field show that if you don’t have two batsmen till the end, you won’t win. It was a score worth achieving. It was poor batting. If your partner and a batsman stay till the end, you can easily achieve the target of 150 runs.”
“All you have to do is play smart cricket on the field,” he said. We’re not doing that. I think our bowlers understood the wicket well. It was slower than the wicket we played earlier. We have to learn from our mistakes and just batsmen at the moment. We have to take responsibility. Now we have to move forward.”
Sunrisers Hyderabad sets embarrassing record, worst in 9 years
Worst start in 9 years
Like the previous two matches, Hyderabad’s middle-order once again failed miserably and the team put the hard work of the bowlers and then the openers in the dust. Hyderabad lost their fifth wicket for 104 runs in the 15th over. He then lost the remaining 5 wickets for just 33 runs in the next 5 overs and suffered a 13-run defeat.
This is Hyderabad's third consecutive defeat this season and the franchise has set an embarrassing record for its worst start in any season. The 2013 team lost the opening 3 matches of the season for the first time.
Chennai is not getting mull
That’s not the only reason for Sunrisers Hyderabad. In fact, a major disaster for the team is also the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. This stadium has always brought failure to this team. Since 2013, SRH has played 6 matches at the stadium and the team has lost all these matches. Looking at these records, it is clear that the time to come for SRH is not going to be good as the team is scheduled to take on Punjab Kings on April 21 and Delhi Capitals on April 25 on the same ground.
Lakshman and Moody, who is a liar?
Sunrisers Hyderabad Management divided on Natarajan
In fact, the breakup inside sunrises was detected with T. Natarajan. T Natarajan did not take the field in the match against Mumbai. He was kept away from playing XI. And when the management was questioned about it, they appeared to be torn apart. Everyone’s own opinion sings about Natarajan’s not playing. Team mentor VVS Laxman said something else and Tom Moody said something else to Head. Now the question is, whose point should be considered correct?
VVS Laxman cited injury for T Natarajan’s no play against Mumbai. He said, “They are unfit. He has swelling in his left sip, which is why he didn’t play.” Now just listen to the Hyderabad head coach who has his argument over Natarajan’s non-play. According to head coach Tom Moody, he is worried about Natarajan’s workload. He said he was not included in the playing XI against Mumbai with the intention of managing the workload of the left-arm pacer.
Now the question is who is true and who is false. We are saying this because there is a big contradiction in the statements of two people associated with the management of the same team. Why was Natarajan excluded from the crucial match against Mumbai? Why didn’t he find a place in the team even when the team needed to win? Because it’s not that Natarajan didn’t take wickets in the first 2 matches or stop runs. He has taken 2 wickets in the first 2 matches. Clear is break up then.
Rohit Sharma happy with bowlers but complains to batsmen again
Rohit had talked about improving batting even after the team’s second match against Kolkata Knight Riders and said the team needed to score quickly in the final overs. Rohit had said after kkr’s match, “This is the second time in a row that we could not score runs in the last overs. We should have scored 15-20 more runs. We have to find a way to deal with it.”