David Warner, who hurt himself while taking the catch to dismiss Rishabh Pant yesterday has revealed that he has suffered an injury to his rib cage. The SRH captain also praised Kane Williamson and Shikhar Dhawan for their 136-run stand, which laid the foundation for Hyderabad’s second straight win.
"I hurt myself on the rib cage," Warner said after the 15-run win over Delhi Daredevils.
Williamson, who warmed the bench in the initial games of the tournament, grabbed his first chance to impress this season with both hands scoring a magnificent 52-ball 89. He got an able ally in the form of Shikhar Dhawan, who scored 70 runs - his first half-century in the tournament.
"It was an outstanding performance from the guys. Kane, first game for him this year, the way he and Shikhar played laid an outstanding platform for the guys," said Warner.
Like last year, the Sunrisers bowling unit has lived
Talking about his bowling unit, Warner said, "Delhi have an outstanding bowling attack with pace
"We threw the ball to the youngster and he came out on top. To come out and play the way he played, and Bhuvi was world-class again. Credit to the fast bowlers."