Sunrisers Hyderabad top-order batsman Manish Pandey has had a blended begin to his IPL 2021 hitting one fifty in two innings however unable to take his workforce over the road. In SRH’s season opener towards Kolkata Knight Riders, Pandey scored an unbeaten 61 off 44 in an unsuccessful chase of 188.
SRH fell in need of the goal by 11 runs staring their IPL 2021 marketing campaign with an in depth defeat. Then within the second match, chasing a low goal, Pandey managed 38 however consumed 39 deliveries which meant others had been left to speed up they usually ultimately managed 143/9 and misplaced by seven runs.
The below-par effort within the second innings may see Pandey being pushed to the dug-out, reckons former India batsman Ajay Jadeja. “I think there will be a rethink now. We were talking about Williamson before. In low-scoring matches, his value is redoubled,” Jadeja instructed Cricbuzz.
“Now they will look for solid players who can finish games after getting settled. And I have no doubt that Manish Pandey might not play in the 11 from now on. You will witness some changes in this team and that’s natural as well,” he added.
The defeat means SRH discover themselves seventh within the eight-team factors desk, only a rung above Chennai Super Kings. Both the groups are but to win a match.
The David-Warner led Sunrisers subsequent face defending champions Mumbai Indians on Saturday. MI additionally started their season with a defeat to Royal Challengers Bangalore however bounced again in model, defending a low complete towards KKR.
Warner rued the way through which his batters approached the sport. “We needed two set batsmen at the end, but we failed to do that. We needed to build a partnership and play proper cricket shots. We played cross batted shots, and that’s not the way to play here. This hurts. We know how to approach in the upcoming games. We have another three games here and I think the wickets are going to get better,” he stated after the match on Wednesday.
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