IPL 2022: Shreyas is not giving up after two consecutive defeats

IPL 2022: Shreyas Iyer not giving up after two consecutive defeats, says 7-wicket push by SRH ‘It was a great effort from the players’ After a seven-wicket defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Friday, Kolkata Knight Riders captain Shreyas Iyer said they had put in a great effort in the game but ‘it was a bad day as a bowling unit. Follow Insidesport.IN for more updates. ‘

Rahul Tripathi and Aiden Markram’s great half-century gave Sunrisers Hyderabad a comfortable seven-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders in their IPL 2022 match at the Brabourne Stadium here on Friday.

“It simply came to our notice then. I thought it was a good total. Truth be told, Tripathi didn’t change his mind and let us settle down. Their bowlers performed well as the ball was seaming, “Shreyas Iyer said in a post-match presentation.” As batsmen, we settled down at the end of the powerplay and made great efforts as a batting unit. It was an off-day bowling unit, “said Iyer.

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Chasing 176, SRH got off to a miserable start as opening batsman Abhishek Sharma was bowled by Pat Cummins for just three runs in two overs. Tripathi joins crease captain Ken Williamson to keep the innings steady.

KKR got another breakthrough when Andre Russell dismissed Williamson for 17, giving the team a total of 39/2 in the sixth over. But the captain’s departure did not affect Tripathi’s motives as he had other plans in mind.

IPL 2022: Shreyas Iyer not giving up after two consecutive defeats, says 7-wicket push by SRH 'It was a great effort from the players'
IPL 2022: Shreyas Iyer not giving up after two consecutive defeats, says 7-wicket push by SRH ‘It was a great effort from the players’

IPL 2022: Shreyas Iyer not giving up after two consecutive defeats, says 7-wicket push by SRH ‘It was a great effort from the players’

The 31-year-old batsman joined Markram and the pair started hitting KKR bowlers in every corner of the field. Tripathi hit his half century off just 21 balls and gave SRH great momentum.

Markram, on the other hand, played a steady innings and the pair over 100 runs to SRH in just 11 overs. KKR finally breathed a sigh of relief when Russell dismissed Tripathi, who was caught by Venkatesh Iyer after scoring 61 off 36 balls.

Nicholas came to the crease with Puran Markram and kept the scoreboard moving for SRH. The latter hit his half-century off 31 balls and hit two sixes in the back and gave his side the win with 13 balls to spare.

IPL 2022: Shreyas Iyer not giving up after two consecutive defeats, says 7-wicket push by SRH ‘It was a great effort from the players’

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