Kane Williamson feels one SRH player deserves the India berth
Kane Williamson, the Kiwi skipper who is captaining Sunrisers Hyderabad in the absence of David Warner has made pretty effective changes during the course of the matches.
Updated - May 8, 2018 7:52 am
Sunrisers Hyderabad has one of the best bowling lineups in the ongoing Indian Premier League. One can say that their bowling has been the main reason they sit at the top of the points table in the 11th edition of the tournament. The likes of Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Siddharth Kaul, Basil Thampi and Sandeep Sharma have performed exceptionally well for the Sunrisers. Notably, the Sunrisers had bundled out Mumbai Indians for a mere 87 runs while they were defending just 118 runs.
Kane Williamson, the Kiwi skipper who is captaining Sunrisers Hyderabad in the absence of David Warner has made pretty effective changes during the course of the matches. The 27-year old batter has led from the front through his batting as well.
SRH pacer to represent India soon
Williamson in an interview with Sportstarlive talked highly of their bowlers who have put on great bowling performances for the side. Talking about Siddarth Kaul the 27-year old bowler, Williamson felt that Kaul will soon get an opportunity to represent the national team. “I think he would get a chance to don the Indian jersey soon. He is a brilliant T20 bowler, said the SRH skipper.
Williamson added that whenever he needed someone to operate in the death overs, he always turned to Kaul. The SRH skipper feels that bowling at the death is one of the strong aspects in Kaul’s bowling. Williamson also suggested that Kaul is using the variations and yorkers to good effect.
“When, as a captain, I am looking for aggressive options to operate at the death and that is one of his strengths. He is using his changes and getting the yorkers at the death perfectly,” Williamson told.
Kaul has picked up 12 wickets in 10 matches so far for the Sunrisers. He has impressed one and all with his superb bowling performances.