Dubai: In IPL 13, the situation of Sunrisers Hyderabad is getting worse. The 20-run defeat to Magalwar at the hands of Chennai Super Kings (CSK), is the second consecutive defeat for Hyderabad in the last 2 matches. Apart from this, this is the fifth defeat of the team in this tournament.
Due to this, Hyderabad remains at the 5th position in the points table. Meanwhile, we are going to tell you that Sunrisers Hyderabad team lost the match against Chennai for these reasons.
The decision to toss did not go in favor
Mathematics of the match for Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) has deteriorated since the toss. After losing the toss, Hyderabad captain David Warner said that if he had won the toss, he would have definitely gone to bat first. Because most of the matches on the Dubai ground have been won by the team batting first.
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No wickets found in the middle over
Significantly, Sunrisers Hyderabad did not get wickets in the middle over in front of CSK in this match. Due to this, 86 runs were scored for the third wicket between Ambati Rayudu of Chennai and Shane Watson. For this reason, the Super Kings succeeded in scoring a strong score of 167 runs against Hyderabad.
Sunrisers stuttering from the beginning while chasing
The Hyderabad team had a poor start to chase down the target of 168 runs from Chennai Super Kings (Chennai Super Kings) and Sunrisers lost the big wickets of captain David and Manish Pandey in the first 6 overs during the powerplay.
Johnny Bairstow batting poorly
Hyderabad’s in-form opener Johnny Bairstow appeared in front of CSK struggling in this match. Bairstow, who has scored three fifties in this tournament so far, was completely flopped with his bat and was bowled clean by playing 23 runs in 24 balls.
No one with Ken Williamson
Sunrisers Hyderabad’s most legendary player Kane Williamson played a brilliant innings of 57 runs in this match. But Hyderabad wickets continued to fall from the other end. Because of which no player could support Kane.