SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) have named Kane Williamson as their new captain for the rest of Indian Premier League 2021. SRH had been led by David Warner of their first six video games of the season. They have had a disappointing begin to the match, dropping 5 out of their first six matches. “SunRisers Hyderabad would like to announce that Kane Williamson will be taking over the captaincy for tomorrow’s match and for the remainder of IPL 2021,” SRH stated in a press launch on Saturday.
— SunRisers Hyderabad (@SunRisers) May 1, 2021
SRH play their subsequent match against Rajasthan Royals on Sunday in Delhi.
“The team management has also made the decision that they will be changing their overseas combination for tomorrow’s match against Rajasthan Royals,” the discharge added.
“The decision has not come lightly as the mangement respects the enormous impact David Warner has had for the franchise over a number of years. As we face the remainder of the season we are sure that David will help us strive for success both on and off the field.”
The fortunes of the staff aisde, Warner’s returns with the bat have not impressed confidence – the left-handed opening bat has scored 193 runs from six video games at an unimpressive strike price of 110.28.
He admitted getting to a slow half-century towards Chennai Super Kings – a 55-ball 57 – in SRH’s final outing, a recreation CSK ultimately received by seven wickets.
Warner’s 57, Manish Pandey’s 46-ball 61 and Kane Williamson’s 10-ball 26 helped SRH to 171 for 3, however it was solely par on a useful Delhi wicket as CSK chased the full down in 18.Three overs.
“I take full responsibility for the way I batted. I batted slow and hit the fielders,” Warner stated after the match.
“The way Manish batted was exceptional. Kane and Kedar (Jadhav, who made 12 off 4) got us to a respectable total, but at the end of the day, I take full responsibility.
“Probably 15 good pictures to fielders and they’re those that make or break the innings. At the top of the day, I took too many balls,” he stated.
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