SRH captain David Warner was unfortunate in his innings as he endured a monstrosity run-out. Bairstow struck the ball straight and hard, however Umesh got this show on the road hand ready. The ball proceeded to hit the stumps at the non-striker’s end while Warner was out of his wrinkle.
Sunrisers Hyderabad had an incredible opportunity to commence their Indian Premier League crusade in 2020 with a triumphant beginning. Yet, they lost that open door subsequent to enduring an unfathomable breakdown against Virat Kohli-drove Royal Challengers Bangalore. They went from an agreeable situation of 121-2 out of 16 overs to 153 full scale while pursuing an objective of 164. Yuzvendra Chahal set off the breakdown when he swindled Bairstow on 61 in the fifteenth over.
SRH commander David Warner was unfortunate in his innings as he endured a monstrosity run-out. Bairstow struck the ball straight and hard, yet Umesh got this show on the road hand ready. The ball proceeded to hit the stumps at the non-striker’s end while Warner was out of his wrinkle. The bails were cut and the left-gave batsman was run out for 6.
Warner discussed the RCB game and said that there were things that occurred in the match that he had ‘never seen before’.
“I can’t remember the last time I was out like that. There’s four things that happened in this game that I have never seen before. A lot of courage for Mitchell to go out there and try. It doesn’t look great for him, can’t put any weight on his leg. Hopefully, it isn’t too bad, it was quite painful for him, so fingers crossed,’ Warner said at the post-coordinate introduction.
“We had the run chase in control and we knew that we had to go after their bowlers in the end. Probably the last over of Chahal was the turning point out there. We have to go back to the drawing board; we obviously can’t fix what happened today but we have to go back and work hard before our next game in Abu Dhabi.”
“There are talking points but the guys know what they have to do. Exciting times for Indian cricket and I can’t wait to see what the young players produce.”
RCB dismiised the last eight SRH batsmen for only 32 rushes to pull off a shocking 10-run win in IPL 2020. All-rounder Shivam Dube and pacer Navdeep Saini took 2 wickets each in their initial match, while SRH endured a major blow with allrounder Mitchell Marsh getting a physical issue.