Cricket Match : Jitesh Sharma: the batting lacked accountability during their 160-run chase

Jitesh Sharma

We could have won the match,” said Jitesh Sharma during a post-match conference.

“The pattern, the way we played was something that harmed us. We should have chased 160 runs on this pitch with the way our batting lineup is. Had one or two batters from the top order settled for long, we could have won the match,” said Sharma during a post-match conference.

Jitesh commented on Kuldeep Yadav’s spell and the plans against him, saying that the spinner was awarded a wicket by the batsman himself. While the second wicket came from a wonderful delivery.“We could have had attacked other bowlers and just got those 24 runs out of his 24 deliveries,” he added.

Mitchell Marsh hit a crucial 63 with the bat, and Thakur’s excellent 4/36 with the ball, which included the wicket of Jitesh Sharma, who threatened to take the game away from the Capitals in the last overs, enabled the team secure a crucial 17-run win over PBKS to keep their playoff chances alive.


Sharma explained why bowler Kagiso Rabada’s tenure cut short by an over

Claiming that the wicket’s condition caused them to give Rabada only three overs and one additional over to spinner Harpreet Brar.

DC produced a decent 159/7 in their 20 overs after allowed to bat first by PBKS

With Bairstow attacking, PBKS got off to a good start in pursuit of 160, but its batting lineup quickly crumbled. Jitesh Sharma (44) and Rahul Chahar (25) rallied, but Thakur’s 4/36 left them 17 runs short of victory.

DC is now in fourth place in the points table with 14 points. And their next match is on May 21 against the Mumbai Indians. PBKS, on the other hand, is in seventh place with 12 points and will play Sunrisers Hyderabad on May 22.

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