David Warner was far from his aggressive best against Chennai Super Kings on Wednesday. The Sunrisers captain Hyderabad took 55 balls for his shot with 57 moves; if it was not Kane Williamsonis a 10-ball 26 and Kedar jadhavBig hits in the final, SRH would probably be 15-20 runs from their final score of 171/3 for 20 overs.
Warner seemed visibly disappointed in himself as he failed to find momentum throughout the inning.
However, former Indian cricketer Murali Kartik believes that Warner cannot be determined for SRH’s loss in the game. In a post-match broadcast by India TV Cricket Dhamaka, Kartik said there were many factors behind SRH’s continued defeat in the tournament.
“He took the time to find momentum and earlier, he struggled in a similar way in 2-3 games earlier this season. But the difference was that he ended up with a strong note in those games. This time it didn’t happen. “Kartik said.
“103 is a very low percentage for him. But every cricketer has these days. The problem is not in Warner or Beirst, but in the pressure on them due to lack of firepower in the middle row. Yes, Williamson and Yadhav played well today. SRH he must also show some faith in Jadhav. He is a proven international player with good experience, “said Kartik.
The former Indian spinner also believes that SRH cannot rely solely on Rashid Khan to save them from difficult situations. Rashid took three wickets against CSK, but failed to find support from other bowling as SRH suffered a loss of 7 wickets.
“They have always been in the playoffs since 2016. But this time nothing bothers them. Warner cannot be blamed for lack of intention. Bhuvneshwar kumar isn’t he in the bowling attack and you can’t always count on Rashid Khan. One player can’t win your match, “said Kartik.