Kane Willamson's cameo saves the day for Hyderabad in Delhi
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: April 28, 2021 09:23 PM2021-04-28T21:23:45+5:302021-04-28T21:24:14+5:30
Williamson and Kedar Jadhav's late order cameo allowed Sunrisers Hyderabad to finish their first innings on 171 after 20 ...
Williamson and Kedar Jadhav's late order cameo allowed Sunrisers Hyderabad to finish their first innings on 171 after 20 overs. Manish Pandey played quite an impressive knock on his return. Chennai Super Kings did well to restrict Warner, but they couldn't stop Kane Williamson who toyed with the field and showed his class once again. Lungi Ngidi bagged a couple of wickets that also included Warner's scalp. With dew setting in it will be a tough task for Hyderabad bowlers to contain the Super Kings batsman who are in prime form.
Two teams that have had contrasting starts to their respective campaigns lock horns against each other. The Super Kings are ticking all the right boxes and have won four on the trot. However Hyderabad are coming on the back of a loss against Hyderabad. They ought to get back to winning ways immediately to get their season on track. It was a good comeback in the end by the Sunrisers batsman after their shaky start. Earlier, David Warner won the toss and elected to bat. At the time of toss, Warner said: "We will bat first. It's a different surface to what was expected in Delhi. But it's not going to play very differently. It's about experience for us. Sandeep and Pandey are back. "On the other hand, CSK captain MS Dhoni said, "We were looking to bowl first. Looks a bit tacky and the boys who practiced yesterday said there was quite a bit of dew. Bowling with the wet ball is the challenge for us. Lungi and Moeen are back in place of Bravo and Tahir. "CSK will look to regain the top spot in the standings. The Dhoni-led side is at the second spot with eight points from five games. While SRH is at the bottom of the table with just one win.
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