The 29th match of the ongoing 13th edition of the Indian Premier League was played at the Dubai International Stadium between the three-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings and 2016 season champions Sunrisers Hyderabad. In which Chennai won the toss for the first time in the ongoing season and decided to bat. In this way, Chennai had given a target of 168 runs to Chennai by the innings of Shane Watson (42) and Ambati Rayudu (41). In response, Hyderabad were able to score 147 runs and lost by 20 runs. Karn Sharma took the maximum 2 wickets from Chennai. Kane Williamson scored the highest 57 runs for Hyderabad.
In such a situation, after suffering losses due to frequent falling wickets, Hyderabad captain Warner said, “This chase was not easy. Obviously the pitch got slower with time. We wanted to take the match to depth. But that’s not what happened and that’s cricket. You can’t always win. ”
Warner went on to say, “If you hit a boundary, then you should trust your strength. We have to work on all these things. I think it was harder than 160 to be the right target on this pitch. Especially 2 wickets soon.” After the fall, it became more difficult. If the bowlers of the opposing team get swing then it becomes difficult to play against them. ”
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At the end of this match, Rashid Khan was putting on a great hit from Hyderabad, but he got out the hit wicket due to standing inside the crease. To which Warner said, “You have to set your mind whether you want to stand inside the crease or outside. All these challenges keep coming in the match. I think the depth of our team is there. We just have some Have to work more ”
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Let us know that in the points table with this win, Chennai has now come in 6th place with 6 points with the third win in 8 matches. While the Hyderabad team remains in 5th place with 6 points after 8 wins and 5th defeat in 8 matches.
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