David Warner, the Sunrisers Hyderabad captain, rued another batting collapse as his team succumbed to a 13-run defeat against the Mumbai Indians in Chennai on Saturday.

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“I don’t know how to take that. These scores are very chaseable, it’s just poor batting,” Warner said after the match. Chasing 151, Jonny Bairstow and David Warner put on 67 for the first wicket, before Bairstow stepped onto his stumps off Krunal Pandya’s bowling. His dismissal triggered a slide, which saw SRH slip to 104 for 5, requiring 47 off 30 balls. Warner reiterated the importance of converting starts. “Two of us got set, my run out, Jonny (Bairstow) stepping on his wickets and false shots in the middle proved that if you don’t have two guys at the end, you don’t win. If you get a partnership and have one guy at the end, you can…

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