The Delhi Daredevils ended the previous season at the lowest possible rank at 8th in the IPL table and after playing two matches in this season they have not been able to turn the tide this season either.

Having lost after posting a marauding 184 on the board, the Delhi Daredevils’s have now lost 11 games in a row in the IPL.

Imran Tahir who picked four wickets up in the match but ended up on the losing side said that they were extremely unlucky to be losing games like these and that T20 as a sport has very small margins where even a number 10 in the batting line-up is likely to score runs.

Tahir who admitted that his comments cannot erase the 11 losses they have had, said that with the margin of loss being very less and a bit of luck is all that is needed to get 2 points on the board.

He also added that they were not lacking in confidence after the loss and that the last ball in the previous game made the difference between 2 points and 11 straight losses and said that one win will bring loads of confidence back to the team which might help them with the season in the future.

Tahir who said that he has enjoyed working with Mishra added that the experience they have in the squad will help them to lift themselves.


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