Sunrisers Hyderabad Cricket Director Tom Moody said he was shocked and disappointed with David Warner’s dismissal from the playing eleven but backed the tough decision, saying that someone had to give up and it was theirs. The Sunrisers have lost five of the six matches the current season is not so good and in good shape, and the team is now in charge of Kane Williamson.
This is the first time in Warner’s IPL career that the franchise has dropped him from poor form. Before the match against Rajasthan Royals, Moody told Star Sports: “We had to make a tough decision. Somebody had to leave the team and unfortunately it was. They are shocked and disappointed. The relationship between Warner and Moody is not good.
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The differences between the two increased after Manish Pandey was dropped from playing eleven. Moody said, “He has to accept the logic of what we want to achieve from a franchise standpoint. I don’t think we’ve made some major changes in the past 24 to 48 hours.