RCB vs SRH: But Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody isn’t worried about pacer Umran Malik’s sudden loss of rhythm
In the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022) match played against Bangalore on Sunday, it was a consistent match, when fast bowling sensation Umran Malik proved to be very expensive. Umran gave away 25 runs in three overs against RCB, then the captain did not remember him for the fourth over, while in the previous matches he gave 48 runs against Chennai and then 52 against Delhi respectively, But he did not get any wicket in these three matches. Means Umran Malik has not been able to take any wicket in the next three matches after taking five wickets against Gujarat. Obviously, after these three matches, more comments will come about him.
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But Sunrisers Hyderabad head coach Tom Moody is not worried about pacer Umran Malik’s sudden loss of rhythm and hopes the pacer will learn from his experience and make a comeback. Malik has taken 15 wickets in eight matches so far.
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Moody said after losing the match by 67 runs, ‘It has been a real learning experience for him. He has played very little cricket so far. He is not used to such matches continuously till now. He has never played such a number of competitive matches like IPL before. He said, ‘We are guiding and supporting him in coming out of this bad phase.’
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