Nicholas credits LARA for demonstrating against the old GT

IPL 2022 – Nicholas Puran credits Brian Lara for his Quickfire show: Sunrisers Hyderabad put on their most special performance in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022) last night to thwart and stop the unbeaten run of the Gujarat Titans. While SRH captain Williamson led the Orange Army to victory with 57 off 46 balls, West Indian right-hander Nicholas kept icing on the cake against the old Titans – hitting 34 off 18 balls. Follow SRH beat GT highlights and IPL 2022 live updates on Insidesport.IN.

IPL 2022: After his quickfire performance, he credits old West Indian Brian Lara, who has been part of the SRH coaching staff this season, for changing fortunes.

Speaking on one side, Puran said, “Brian here, you can’t have a good batting conversation with him, he’s helping me tremendously, not just me, a lot of youngsters on the team. You can also see progress as a batting unit. The first over – it was wrong for us, but after saying that, I felt that we really limited them. Dropped catch – this is something we need to do. The 160-odd on that wicket was great and all our bowlers played their part.

IPL 2022: Nicholas credits old Brian Lara for his quickfire performance against GT
IPL 2022: Nicholas credits old Brian Lara for his quick fire show against Gujarat Titans; See why: Follow IPL 2022 live updates on Insidesport.IN

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IPL 2022: Nicholas credits old Brian Lara for his quick fire show against Gujarat Titans; See why

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SRH loses GT highlights in IPL 2022: Chasing 163 for victory against Hardik Pandya’s GT, SRH comfortably completed the target with 5 balls to spare and eight wickets in hand. “We as a batting group wanted to partner with learning from our mistakes in the past. It was challenging because it was two-speed. Slower balls would stick to the wicket. We just needed a partnership, don’t do anything stupid and stay there in the end. I try to improve every day of training and playing“Puran added.

Gujarat Titans captain Hardik Pandya has admitted that Sunrisers were 162 at least 10 runs short of a par-score against Hyderabad, who chased down the target after losing just two wickets in an IPL match on Monday. It was the first defeat of the Gujarat Titans after winning three matches in a row in their first appearance in the IPL.

I think in terms of batting we were 7-10 runs short, it would have made a difference in the end. We started well with the ball, but in those two overs where they scored 30, they came back into the game.Hardik said after the match.

IPL 2022: Nicholas credits old Brian Lara for his quick fire show against Gujarat Titans; See why

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