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Onus is now on the batsmen: White
Hyderabad: They are unbeaten so far but Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Cameron White feels his team's batsmen need to lift their game to make the...
Hyderabad: They are unbeaten so far but Sunrisers Hyderabad batsman Cameron White feels his team's batsmen need to lift their game to make the bowlers' job a little easy. "We need to lift our game as batsmen. As I said, the bowlers are doing to a good job. From a batting point of view, myself definitely included, we have to make the bowlers' job a bit easier and bat better," he said after the Sunrisers managed to post victory against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Super Over. White's two sixes helped Sunrisers beat RCB by a five run-margin in the Super Over, after the scores were tied 130 in the 20 overs. "Lot of things could have been done better. We definitely could have batted and fielded better. The bowling is quite good at the moment. But, there are still some areas to work on as well. "We are fighting hard to win these matches. So, there is a lot of room for improvement. Hopefully, on Tuesday we can show some more improvement to win," he said. Sunrisers faces RCB again on Tuesday in Bangalore. Even in their first match against Pune Warriors, Sunrisers' bowlers helped the team win by 22 runs though the total was a modest 126. White complimented the bowlers for restricting RCB to 130. He also lauded the unbeaten knock of 44 runs by local boy Hanuma Vihari which eventually sealed the Sunrisers' win. "I think the bowlers did a good job in the first innings to restrict RCB to 130 and then Vihari played nicely to get us to the super over. It is nice to get a score we could defend," he said.