IPL 2022: Rookie mistakes cost us, says Hardik Pandya after Gujarat Titans lost to Mumbai Indians by five runs | Cricket News – Times of India


MUMBAI: Gujarat Titans‘ skipper Hardik Pandya blamed two run-outs at an important juncture of their innings for the five-run defeat in opposition to Mumbai Indians within the Indian Premier League (IPL) match on the Brabourne Stadium on Friday.
Gujarat Titans have been in cruise mode after openers Shubman Gill (52) and Wriddhiman Saha (55) had raised 106 for the opening wicket. However the table-toppers misplaced their manner, falling to some good work within the discipline by Mumbai, who managed to limit the opposition to 172/5 whereas defending their whole of 177/6.
It was a match that Gujarat ought to have received simply contemplating the beginning they bought however in the long run they might not make 9 runs off the final six balls bowled by Daniel Sams.

Hardik himself was run out at an important juncture whereas Rahul Tewatia was caught brief within the final over, the 2 dismissals thwarting Gujarat Titans.
Blaming the batters for letting the group down, Pandya stated on any given day, they’d have scored 9 runs off the final over to win the match.
“On any day, we would take 9 off the final over. The 2 run-outs price us the sport. I feel the batters allow us to down. In T20s, you’ll be able to’t lose back-to-back video games,” the Gujarat skipper stated on the post-match presentation on Friday.
He stated his gamers made rookie errors and misplaced the match.

“No blame video games as we have now cleared such video games. We have now made rookie errors which price us this one. We performed good cricket for 19.2 overs in our innings. One or two hits would have made a distinction. We should always not have let it come all the way down to the final over,” stated Pandya.
He praised his bowlers for his or her good work in limiting Mumbai to 177/6, contemplating the beginning they bought.
“I feel bowlers did a unbelievable job by placing strain and pull it again to 170 (177), as they have been on the way in which to 200,” he added.
However in the long run, the bowlers’ efforts and people by Wriddhiman Saha (55) and Shubman Gill (52) went in useless because the middle- and lower-order couldn’t pull off the chase.


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