Abu Dhabi: Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) captain David Warner may be proud of his campaign in the IPL 2020 but he accepted the team’s fielding against Delhi Capitals (DC) in the second qualifier (Qualifier 2) Did that they were not entitled to win the tournament due to such poor performance.
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Warner said after the Sunrisers 17-run defeat, ‘If you leave the catch and miss the opportunity, then you cannot win. I think we made a comeback after a poor start in bowling and batting but our attitude in fielding led to the loss.
The catches of both the Delhi openers Marcus Stoinis and Shikhar Dhawan were missed, while some easy runs were also given. Delhi took advantage of this and scored 189 runs for 3 wickets. In response, the Sunrisers team could score 172 runs for 8 wickets.
Warner, however, expressed satisfaction with his campaign in the IPL and said that finishing third was a matter of pride for his team as no one had anticipated that his team would reach here.
He said, ‘The first thing is that nobody told us the claimant in the beginning. Everyone was talking about Mumbai Indians, Delhi and RCB. I am really proud of my campaign. Injuries are also a problem, but you have to go ahead with it. I am proud of where we are today.