Here's what Manoj Tiwary subtly advised SRH owners after loss to RCB
The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League is getting exciting day by day as all the teams are giving their best with bat and bowl. Manoj Tiwary, however, was upset with SRH's performance.
Last night Royal Challengers came out as the unlikely victors over Sunrisers Hyderabad. After restricting Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore on 149 runs, it was all Sunrisers Hyderabad's match after a great start to their inning thanks to a fifty by captain David Warner.
Like Kolkata Knight Riders did two days ago, Sunrisers Hyderabad did the same after their leading batsman went back to the pavilion; the team just forgot how to score a run.
And one other big reason behind the team's loss is the middle-order batsman Manish Pandey's slow batting as he scored 38 runs off 39 balls and a strike rate of 97.44. He also struggled to accelerate in the team's previous match against Kolkata Knight Riders. Simultaneously, questions mark were raised over Vijay Shankar's performance, too, as he failed to score big and contribute.
Manoj Tiwary reacts to SRH vs RCB match in IPL 2021
And after Sunrisers Hyderabad's loss yesterday, the former Indian team and Bengal's batsman Manoj Tiwary took to social media to show his disappointment on Sunrisers Hyderabad's loss.
He tweeted, "Free advice to the franchise's owners:- Rather than increasing the number of support staffs in the team, start having players who have talent with TEMPERAMENT otherwise most of the times team will end up being second best #SRHvRCB #Overratedplayers #IPL2021."
Free advice to the franchise’s owners:-— MANOJ TIWARY (@tiwarymanoj) April 14, 2021
Rather than increasing the number of support staffs in the team, start having players who have talent with TEMPERAMENT otherwise most of the times team will end up being second best #SRHvRCB #Overratedplayers #IPL2021
Earlier, David Warner won the toss and opted to bowl first. Glenn Maxwell's brilliant 59 runs of 41 balls that included five fours and three sixes helped Royal Challengers Bangalore to reach 149 runs.
In reply, David Warner gave Sunrisers Hyderabad a great start as he scored 54 runs before Kyle Jamieson dismissed him. His partnership of 83 runs with Manish Pandey almost ensured the victory, but as soon as Warner departed, Hyderabad couldn't manage to score the required run and thus lost to Royal Challengers Bangalore by six runs.
The next match for the Sunrisers Hyderabad will be up against defending champions Mumbai Indians, while Royal Challengers Bangalore will play Kolkata Knight Riders in the first match of the first double-header of IPL 2021 on Sunday.