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Sanjay Manjrekar points out the mistakes of Sunrisers Hyderabad Playing XI squad

Sanjay Manjrekar feels that the playing XI squad of Sunrisers Hyderabad was not good enough to survive in front of Mumbai Indians. He also said that the squad did not deserve to win. Mumbai Indians won against Sunrisers Hyderabad by a margin of 13 runs.

The middle-order squad of Sunrisers Hyderabad included Virat Singh, Abhishek Sharma, and Abdul Samad.

Virat Singh got dismissed after 11, Abhishek after 2, and Abdul after scoring 7. Vijay Shankar was the only one to score well. He made 28 out of 25.

Virat played his debut match against Mumbai Indians. He scored 11 out of 12 balls and hit a four.

Sunrisers Hyderabad on the points table:  

Sunrisers Hyderabad as of now at the eighth spot on the points table. They have played a total of 3 matches and lost in all three of them.

After their defeat against the Rohit Sharma-led team Mumbai Indians, David Warner lashed out at his players. He asked them to learn from their mistakes.

Warner further said that the targets in the match were pretty chase-able. However, it was due to poor batting that their team lost.

Kaviya Maran who is the CEO of the Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise was also seen sad after the defeat. She is all over social media because of her reactions. She was very emotional and even had tears in her eyes.

Take a look at her reactions so far:

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Sagarika Banerjeehttps://sports11team.com
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