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Kedar Jadhav Trends On Twitter After Sunrisers Hyderabad Lose Three On A Trot

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Sunrisers Hyderabad’s poor run in IPL 2021 doesn’t seem to end. They have now lost three matches on a trot after going down against Mumbai Indians by 13 runs at the Chepauk. Soon after their third defeat, all-rounder Kedar Jadhav, who has been warming the benches so far in the competition, started trending on Twitter.

Hyderabad got off to a blistering start through Jonny Bairstow and skipper David Warner too got a start. It seemed a cruise for the first 6-7 overs of the game. But as has been the norm in recent games, Sunrisers Hyderabad started losing the plot to the older, softer ball on a slow deck. Mumbai Indians well, did what they are habituated to doing, coming back from behind to startle the opposition.

Kedar Jadhav warms the benches

The Orange Army didn’t address their middle-order woes in the IPL 2021 auctions and it has already started haunting them. Having three experienced batters in the middle order – Virat Singh, Abhishek Sharma, and Abdul Samad didn’t help their cause and they went down without fighting. The middle-order crumbled against the likes of Jasprit Bumrah and Trent Boult. From being 90 for two to getting all-out for 137 runs, Hyderabad have failed to put up a strong performance and if they don’t manage to arrest this issue; it will haunt for the rest of IPL 2021.

Meanwhile, in the wake of Sunrisers Hyderabad’s third defeat, veteran all-rounder Kedar Jadhav started trending on Twitter. Incidentally, Hyderabad roped the right-handed batter at the IPL 2021 auction for ₹2 crores, after Chennai Super Kings released him.

Here are some of the Twitter Reactions:


We need to play smartly, says David Warner

Meanwhile, speaking at the end of the game, Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner said that his team needs to be smarter in their approach. He lauded the bowlers for being accurate, but he came down hard on the batters and urged them to learn from their mistakes.

“I don’t know how to take that. Two of us were set but it proves that if you don’t bat deep, you can’t win. That was my game-plan, a great piece of fielding from Hardik though. These are very much chaseable targets, if you get a partnership and if there is one person at the end, you can chase it down,” Warner said after the match.