SRH vs MI: Hardik Pandya expressed surprise at scoring 277 runs, blamed them for the defeat

SRH vs MI: After the defeat against Sunrisers Hyderabad, Mumbai Indians captain Hardik Pandya expressed surprise at the score of 277 and said that if the opposition team scores 277 runs, it means that they have batted well. We could try something different.

Mar 28, 2024 - 10:06
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SRH vs MI: Hardik Pandya expressed surprise at scoring 277 runs, blamed them for the defeat

The Mumbai Indians, who have won five IPL championships, are desperate for their first victory. It lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad by 31 runs in its second game as well. With the help of dominating half-centuries from Travis Head, Abhishek Sharma, and Heinrich Klaasen, Hyderabad amassed the highest run total in IPL history (277 runs). After losing five wickets in 20 overs, the Mumbai Indians team that came to chase this could only manage 246 runs, forcing Mumbai to lose by 31 runs. After this defeat, let us know whom Captain Hardik Pandya blamed for the defeat.

Captain Hardik Pandya said that the wicket was good. No matter how you bowl, if the opposition team has scored 277 runs then it means that they have batted well. We were good at bowling, but it was a bit difficult there. More than 500 runs were scored in the match, and from this, we can understand that the wicket was good for batting. We could have tried something different, but we have a young bowling attack.

Pandya further said that if the ball goes into the crowd so many times, we will have to run around to complete the over on time. All the players including Tilak Verma, Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan batted well. Now we just need to fix a few things and we'll be fine.

At the same time, Pandya said about young pacer Mafaka that he was fantastic, you know in his first match he showed in front of such a crowd that he has heart. Even though he got runs, he seemed fine. He has the skill, he just needs some playing time.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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