SRH Markram admits his team’s failure in this edition of IPL


Following a loss against defending Champions Gujarat Titans on Monday, Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper Aiden Markram admitted that his team was not in the best form in this year’s Indian Premier League.
After losing to GT by 34 runs at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Monday, SRH have lost eight matches and is placed in the second-last position in the points table. They have won just four matches which made it difficult for them to qualify for Playoffs at this stage of the tournament.
“We’ll try to give some opportunities if we’re allowed to. It’ll be nice to finish off the tournament in good spirits but unfortunately, we haven’t been good enough in the tournament this year. When a team is one down in the backend, it can go either of the two ways. It was important to break the partnership and Bhuvi did that for us. He’s been exceptional for us and Nattu as well,” Markram said. Aiden believed that they were in the game but losing four wickets in the powerplay was a major setback. “We were in the game at the halfway mark but when you lose four wickets in the powerplay, it becomes difficult.