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KKR vs SRH: Kane Williamson on his poor run after Hyderabad’s fifth successive loss – Some studying for me there

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KKR vs SRH: Kane Williamson on his poor run after Hyderabad’s fifth successive loss - Some learning for me there

On Sunday, the Sunrisers Hyderabad misplaced their fifth match in succession and slipped to No.8 within the factors desk within the 2022 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Kane Williamson of SRH. Courtesy: PTI

HIGHLIGHTSOn Sunday, KKR beat SRH by 54 runsSRH slipped to No.8 within the factors deskThe Sunrisers have misplaced 5 matches in a row

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) skipper Kane Williamson stated that Andre Russell’s knock turned out to be a vital issue of their match in opposition to the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) on Saturday on the MCA Stadium in Pune. The 34-year-old Russell gained the Player of the Match award for his whirlwind 28-ball knock of 49 with the assistance of three fours and 4 sixes.

On the again of Russell’s knock, the Knights scored 177, after which they handed SRH a thumping 54-run defeat and pushed them all the way down to eighth within the factors desk. Williamson additionally stated that the common fall of wickets of their run-chase didn’t enable the Orange Army to construct any type of momentum.

STRUGGLE FOR MOMENTUM

“Largely, the first half was reasonable without making more of a dent. It was a fair total and Russell got those big runs in the end. With the bat, we weren’t able to get the momentum to set the platform or get those partnerships. Strong performance by KKR and we’ve struggled to get that momentum in those last few games, which we need for the remaining games,” Williamson stated after the match.

The twentieth over throughout KKR’s innings was bowled by Washington Sundar, who conceded three sixes to Russell. On giving the off-spinner the essential over, Williamson stated that he needed to get wickets earlier and therefore exhausted Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Umran Malik’s quota.

“We wanted to take wickets [so we bowled Bhuvneshwar and Umran early and kept Washington for the last over], it was always going to be a tough over. Washy has stepped up for last overs, using our resources early was something we had planned but it didn’t work out,” he acknowledged.

The Tauranga-born Williamson’s personal type hasn’t been nice both, as he has scored 208 runs from 12 video games at a strike fee of 92.85. The New Zealand captain stated that he’s making an attempt to get out of the lean patch.

“We wanted a decent start and Abhishek is hitting the ball beautifully, there were glimpses and signs of setting a platform but it wasn’t to be and that was frustrating. [There are] Some consistencies to it (his own struggles), hit to the fielders, then try to hit big and walk back. It teaches you a lesson so some learning for me there,” Williamson added.