Sunrisers Hyderabad’s (SRH) captain David Warner said that quick bowler T Natarajan is being checked after the last supported a knee sprain during the 2021 version of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The left-arm pacer has needed to sit out for the last two games against Mumbai Indians (MI) and Punjab Kings (PBKS) at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
According to Warner, the Tamil Nadu-conceived Natarajan may go for a sweep in which case, the last should serve an isolate period before he returns back to the recreation center. In the pacer’s place, Khaleel Ahmed has been playing for the Orange Army.
“No, he has clearly got an irritated knee. Given the situation in these air pockets, on the off chance that he proceeds to get an output, he clearly needs to sit out for seven days. He needs to get back in isolate. We are simply checking him right now. The physios are giving a valiant effort to dissect from a face perspective yet he clearly needs to go out and get a sweep sooner or later,” Warner said after the match against PBKS.
Our bowlers worked really hard: David Warner
On Wednesday, at the Chepauk, SRH opened their record in the 2021 IPL after three misfortunes on the run. The Sunrisers beat the KL Rahul-drove PBKS by nine wickets subsequent to pursuing down 121 runs with eight balls to save.
After the success, Warner commended the bowlers for limiting the resistance with accuracy. Warner, himself, added somewhat with a run-a-ball 37 on the troublesome surface to bat on. He likewise had expressions of gestures of recognition for Kane Williamson, who played his first round of the progressing season.
“David Warner hard and decreased them to a low score. They executed well and we won batting second. (On his excusal) It was presumably a combination of both (confused and weariness), I ought to have attempted to hit it in the show off yet that occurs in cricket.
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“The approach of having him (Williamson) there is clearly to moor the game and he turns strike so well,” he added. Jonny Bairstow was declared the Player of the Match after his unbeaten 56-ball 63 in the run-pursue.