Chennai: Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Ken Williamson has said that he could improve all aspects of his game against Delhi Capitals in the 14th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Delhi Capitals defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad in a super over in their fifth match of the 14th season of IPL played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Sunday. Delhi had put up a challenge of 160 runs in front of Hyderabad before playing, but by the end of 20 overs, the Hyderabad team could score 159 runs for seven wickets.
Williamson scored an unbeaten 66 runs in the match. He said after the match, ‘We could have done most parts of our game a little bit better. If you are able to do so, whether it is better decisions or a slightly more accurate game period, the results can change quickly. ‘
Williamson continued, ‘It is important that we try to make it. When the match ends in a tie, you can see one run in bowling or batting in the entire innings. But I think on the whole, there are a lot of positive things as well. But it is important that we try to be better and try to be more efficient. Every team is really strong and if you are not at the top in your game, as we have seen, it can be a lot more challenging. ‘
Williamson has been a part of many such matches so far, the result of which has come from the super over. The most famous of these is the one-day World Cup final match played between New Zealand and England in 2019. In this match, the score of both the team was also equal in the super over. So according to the rules, the winner was decided on the basis of which team hit the boundary, in which England won and New Zealand under Williamson captaincy failed to win the World Cup.
The Kiwi captain said, ‘Now I am tired of losing in these super overs. You get to learn a lot while chasing a difficult goal. In cricket there are very few matches which are tie. We will learn a lot from this necklace. ‘