IPL 2019: our catches and boluses were not clinical, admits SRH captain Kane Williamson
VISAKHAPATNAM: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) Pattern Kane Williamson He Felt That The Total Of 162 Against Capitals Of Delhi (DC) In The Premier League India ( IPL ) The Eliminator Was Competitive, But His Team Did Not Achieve It Because The Players Were Not" Very Clinical With The Capture Or The Bowling" .
Sunrisers Hyderabad slumped to heart-wrenching two-wicket defeat against Capitals Of Delhi to crash out of the IPL here on Wednesday night.
" It Was One Of Those Surfaces That Produced Such Close Matches." I Thought We Had A Competitive Total After The First Half, I Knew It Would Be A Tricky Chase After The Powerplay Overs, As With Those Totals There Are Small Margins.
" We Have Been In A Position Of Strength Before And Have Not Been Nailed It, Today Was Another Such Day And That's A Little Bit Frustrating," Said Williamson After The Match.
Chasing 163, Prithvi Shaw gave Capitals Of Delhi an ideal start with a 38-ball 56 before they lost their way in the middle. It was Rishabh Pant ( 49 off 21 balls) who brought Delhi to the cusp of victory, even as West Indies' Keemo Paul finished it off the penultimate ball of the innings with a boundary.
" Delhi Played Very Well.They Are A Strong Outfit And I Think They Deserved This Win.They Started Well And Had All The Momentum, They Have Some Quality Players.
" As Expected On This Wicket, We Squeezed Them Back And Got Ourselves Ahead We Were Not Very Clinical With The Catching Or In Our Bowling, We Were Not Great Today. I Changed And It Could Have Been A Total Winning," Said A Disappointed Williamson.
He Hoped That The Players Would Come Out With Better Performance In The Next Season.
" We Are Building Well As A Franchise And The Development Process Will Have To Continue," Williamson Said.