The team’s openers came under the target of Williamson, Now will focus on the upcoming Matches

Kane Williamson has been made the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the mid-season. There was no improvement in the team even after Williamson became the captain.
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Image Credit: Abp News

Kane Williamson has been made the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad in the mid-season. There was no improvement in the team even after Williamson became the captain.

Sunrisers Hyderabad lost by 8 wickets in the match played against Delhi Capitals on Wednesday night. Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson expressed displeasure over the team after this defeat. Williamson says Sunrisers Hyderabad needs to improve their game to stay in the tournament.

SRH is at the bottom of the points table with one win from eight matches. Williamson also targeted the team's opening pair. He says that we had a very poor start and should focus on our upcoming matches. SRH batted first against DC but their start was very poor. Opener David Warner was dismissed on the third ball of the first over. The team could not recover since then but still, he scored 134 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs. Captain Williamson believes that his team could have scored 25-30 more runs.

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Williamson has faith in the team

Williamson said, "We didn't get the start we thought, our score was 25-30 short. It's a shame but we have to keep our morale high. This tournament has been very difficult for us." Williamson, however, has full faith in his team. The captain said, "We can beat any team on our good day. Delhi team performed brilliantly, they put us under pressure and you expect it. Now we have to focus on our game from here and on our side." Cricket has to improve."

Sunrisers Hyderabad, however, is almost out of the race for the playoffs. If Sunrisers is successful in winning the remaining matches, then the game of other teams may deteriorate.

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