Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Trevor Bayliss has mentioned the umpires acquired it proper by calling Harshal Patel’s waist-high full toss a no-ball within the ultimate over earlier than Royal Challengers Bangalore clinched the sport by six runs within the IPL in Chennai.
SRH skipper David Warner was not proud of that decision.
“He (Warner) was a bit of animated as a result of we weren’t enjoying superb cricket and we misplaced,” Bayliss mentioned referring to Warner, who was gesturing within the workforce dugout in Wednesday evening’s recreation on the M A Chidambaram stadium.
“I feel the umpires acquired it proper. There was a little bit of conjecture over clearly the second excessive no-ball, however the first one was not directed on the batter’s physique, in order that wasn’t a warning. So I feel the umpires acquired that one proper,” Bayliss mentioned on the post-match press convention.
Harshal had bowled the primary no-ball within the 18th over (fourth ball) but it surely was down the leg-side and was not warned. Nevertheless, when he bowled a excessive full toss within the ultimate over, he was issued a warning.
Bayliss felt the workforce performed good cricket for 35 of the 40 overs.
“Most likely went for a bit too many within the final couple of bowling overs. Then clearly within the final three or 4 overs… the over the place we misplaced three wickets, was clearly some poor cricket. Some poor decision-making.
“As I mentioned, we performed some fairly good cricket for 35 overs. However in opposition to such good groups, you might want to put collectively 40 good overs,” the SRH coach added.
He additional mentioned the batsmen ought to have countered the stress by enjoying good cricket pictures.
“Clearly, if you preserve a workforce right down to beneath 150, you wish to assume you’ll win extra instances than you lose. However our batting in that final third of the match was pretty poor.
“There was some good bowling, clearly. However we should always have countered the stress by enjoying some good sturdy cricket pictures and taking those and twos and placing the stress again on the opposition,” he added.
Bayliss additional mentioned, “We tried to get the sport performed and over inside a brief house of time. In T20 cricket, you’ve all the time acquired a bit of little bit of extra time than you actually assume.
“Should you have a look at the tip outcome, we misplaced by six or seven runs. If we hadn’t misplaced out higher batters in that over, the place we misplaced three wickets, it might need been a unique story.”
Requested about SRH bringing in West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder rather than Mohammad Nabi for the RCB fixture, Bayliss mentioned Nabi had acquired hit within the recreation in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders on April 11 and was feeling the results of that hit for a few days.
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“Nabi, when he acquired hit the opposite day within the first match, he’s feeling the results of that hit for a few days after that. So he was deemed unfit. He had a little bit of a headache and a heavy head.
“That allowed us to play Jason, and from the pace-bowling perspective he gave us some extent of distinction with a bit of little bit of peak and bounce,” he added.
Concerning the standing of New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, who’s but to get a recreation, the SRH coach mentioned, “Kane Williamson is out having a little bit of a run now. He skilled on one of many days – we had two days’ follow earlier than this recreation and he practised on a type of days so he’s coming alongside.”
SRH subsequent meet defending champion Mumbai Indians right here on April 17.