‘He’s intrepid and assaults from ball one’: PBKS’ Brad Haddin on Jitesh Sharma
Punjab Rulers (PBKS) player Jitesh Sharma (49 off 27 balls) on Wednesday set up for anyone to see his merciless stroke making capacities and aided his side set up a battling all out of 214 goes against Mumbai Indians (MI).
The guests, nonetheless, made a joke of the objective and pursued it down with seven balls in excess however PBKS’ right hand mentor Brad Haddin was especially content with Jitesh Sharma’s batting.
“When he goes out there, he’s no feeling of dread toward the game. He has the one of a kind capacity to go on the assault from ball one,” he said during the post match gathering.
“He’s growing pleasantly. He has acquired a great deal of certainty as the competition is continuing and that reflected in him this evening.”
“He played all around well in the past games however just confronted 10 balls and this evening we maintained that him should go up the request and offer him the chance to confront more balls,” he added.
Talking on their weaknesses, Haddin said they couldn’t execute their arrangements well in that frame of mind of MI’s innings and that cost them the match.
“We didn’t execute what we expected to in the last 10 overs and permitted the Mumbai hitters to get on a roll,” he said.
At the point when asked that it is so challenging to bowl against MI’s Suryakumar Yadav, Hadden said, “He hits in various regions. The manner in which he controlled the center piece of the game was remarkable. His innings was unique.”