Sunrisers Hyderabad, who had the largest squad amongst the eight groups earlier than the just lately held public sale for the 2021 season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) as they required solely three gamers to fill their squad up, has introduced some criticism from the previous Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin.
Azharuddin expressed his disappointment on the Sunrisers squad citing the rationale that the group of 25 gamers did not have a single participant from Hyderabad. Taking to Twitter, Azharuddin wrote, “Very disappointed not to see a single player from Hyderabad in the Hyderabad Sunrisers Team.”
In the mini-auction that occurred in Chennai on Thursday, SRH picked Kedar Jadhav, Jagadeesha Suchith and Afghanistan thriller spinner Mujeeb-ur-Rahman forward of the upcoming season of the profitable league.
With the Hyderabad-based franchise leaving gamers like Prithvi Raj Yarra earlier than the public sale, there was not a single native participant representing the facet within the 2021 version.
Sunrisers was one of many few groups, who retained most of their gamers going into the public sale and needed to tweak solely a few locations to get their full squad prepared. By getting the skilled Kedar Jadhav, who was launched by the Chennai Super Kings, the SRH have strengthened their middle-order by getting the skilled Maharashtra batsman of their line-up.