SRH vs GT: “Don’t Be Happy if the Team Scores 270 Runs.” – Nitish Reddy - Latest Global News

SRH vs GT: “Don’t Be Happy if the Team Scores 270 Runs.” – Nitish Reddy

SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) all-rounder Nitish Kumar Reddy expressed his determination to be a match-winner for his team in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. Nitish Kumar stated that he is ready for challenging situations like team collapse in matches.

Nitish Kumar Reddy was picked by SunRisers Hyderabad ahead of IPL 2023 for Rs 20 lakhs. However, the all-rounder was only used in two games in last year’s tournament. He had no chance of batting and went for a costly 10.80 without a wicket.

However, the 20-year-old demonstrated his batting skills in the current tournament. The right-handed batsman has scored 239 runs in seven innings at an average of 47.80 and a strike rate of 152.23. The right-arm pacer has taken three wickets at an economy rate of 9.38.

It won’t work every time – Nitish Kumar Reddy

While speaking to ESPNcricinfo, Nitish Kumar Reddy highlighted the need to be prepared for challenges like early wickets and slumps. Nitish stressed his willingness to step up when the team finds itself in difficult situations.

“We know it won’t work every time. It’s not that we are tough on the opponents all the time, but a bad game, a bad ball, things like that happen and we have to be ready for early wickets. You can see that below.” “First we scored big runs and then we collapsed.” Reddy said.

Don’t you feel really satisfied – Nitish Kumar Reddy

Nitish Kumar Reddy stated that he was not happy with his contribution as the team scored 270. Reddy, however, expressed satisfaction at rescuing the team from difficult situations.

“I just love playing these kind of innings. I’m not really happy if the team scores 270 and I score 50 or 40 runs out of that. But when the team really needs me, like when we’re 4 against 10 or something like that, and I can go there and lead the team to the end or the last round… That’s what I want to show because that’s my role “, Reddy added.

The Andhra Pradesh cricketer scored a game-saving half-century in his second innings against Punjab Kings (PBKS). The SRH team collapsed to 39/3 including the dismissals of Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head. Reddy scored 14 runs off his first 17 balls to rebuild his team.

Nitish Kumar Reddy formed a 50-run partnership with Abdul Samad for the sixth wicket in just 3.2 overs as SRH were struggling at 100/5 after 13.1 overs. Samad added 25 runs from just 12 deliveries. Reddy scored 64 runs off 37 balls as SRH set a target of 183 runs for Punjab.

Nitish Kumar Reddy will next be seen in action when the Pat Cummins-led team takes on Gujarat Titans (GT) at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Thursday, May 16. The home team wants to win the upcoming game to increase their chances of reaching the playoffs.

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