Sunrisers Hyderabad beat Rajasthan Royals by 55 runs on Sunday. Prior to the match, Sunrisers Hyderabad dismissed David Warner as captain and replaced Kane Williamson as captain. Warner could not find a place in the XI for this match, which Williamson spoke openly after the match. He said talks were underway to add Warner to the playing XI.
Warner was sacked after five defeats in Sunrisers Hyderabad’s opening six matches. However, this move by the team did not change their fate and led Williamson to defeat him on Sunday. After the match, Williamson said, ‘There are many leaders in the team. It is important that we do well. It is important for us to build balance as a team. The leader said the team should be clear about the strategies and put it on the field.
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He said, ‘Instead of being overly anxious for victory, we need to focus on how to proceed. Warner is a world-class player and we are discussing many options, I am convinced that there will be a lot of discussion on this. The Rajasthan Royals, batting first, scored 220 runs in three wickets and Williamson admitted that it was always difficult to chase the target.
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He said, ‘It has been a tough day for us and the Rajasthan Royals have given us a very difficult target. Jose Butler had a great day, he was amazing. We need to make some improvement in batting, when you chase a target of 220 and the number of wickets falls, it becomes more difficult. “Jose and Sanju (Samson) are key players in their team, so we wanted to bowl Rashid more,” he said.