IPL 2018: David Warner has step down the captaincy of the team Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2018. The Sunrisers Hyderabad team’s great captain David Warner has out of the IPL, now it’s see who will now take Hyderabad to the victory in the IPL 2018.
So let’s see now how are the Sunrisers Hyderbad Teams?
Sunrisers Hyderbad Teams IPL History
First of all we know that about the Hyderabad Team History from the beginning of the IPL, Deccan Chargers was associated with the name of Hyderabad but with the change of owner, the name was changed too. In the first season (2013), the team going till the playoffs, but the next two seasons was very worthless. As the captain became Warner’s captain, the fate of the team also opened and the team won the IPL title 2016. The team has also played playoffs in Hyderabad in 2017.
Sunriseers Hyderabad Batting
Talking about the batting of SRH, David Warner was a brilliant batsman of the team, Warner had scored runs in the last two seasons but now the responsibility will be at the Shikhar and Kane. Both Shikhar and Kane are in excellent form this time and can play a vital role in the team’s victory. Apart from these, the team has experienced Manish Pandey, young Wridhiman Shaha, Deepak Hooda and Tanmay Agarwal.
Sunriseers Hyderabad All-rounder
Hyderabad this time took best all-rounder in the team, there is more than one T20 veteran player like Shakib Al Hasan, Carlos Brathwaite, Yusuf Pathan, Mohammad Nabi and Chris Jordan. The team also has excellent emerging players like Deepak Hooda, Bipul Sharma and Mehdi Hassan. These players are play a key role for his team and gave a fantastic victory.
Sunriseers Hyderabad Bowler
This department of the team is the most fatal, considering the circumstances in Hyderabad. The team has world number one bowler Rashid Khan and veteran Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Simultaneously, there are soldiers of young bowlers like Siddharth Kaul, T. Natarajan, Basil Thampi, Sandeep Sharma, Billy Stanlake and Saeed Khalil Ahmed.
David Warner Twitted Today
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) March 29, 2018