DC Vs SRH | Chasing the target, we lost our rhythm in the middle overs: David Warner



New Delhi. After suffering a nine-run defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Delhi Capitals captain David Warner said that his team lost their ground due to continuous loss of wickets in the middle overs. Sunrisers Hyderabad restricted Delhi’s innings to 188 for six after scoring 197 for six here on Saturday. Warner told the broadcasters after the match, “It is a good pitch and a nine-run defeat is difficult to digest. We were a little short of the target. We didn’t do well with the ball but Mitchell Marsh bowled brilliantly.” Warner said, “When your two batsmen are batting well, it is important to maintain that rhythm. It is also necessary that one of them carries the innings till the end. If we had done that, the match would have been in our hands. Also read He said, “When you keep losing wickets in the middle overs and are unable to build partnerships, then things become difficult.” He defended the decision to send the in-form Akshar Patel at number seven, saying, “He is in good form. But for us it is about a good start and he is doing well in the last overs. (agency)

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