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IPL 2020 RR Vs DC: Steve Smith Talks About Fourth Consecutive Loss!

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Source: Cricket News

RR Suffers Fourth Straight Loss Of IPL 2020

IPL 2020 RR Vs DC: Steve Smith Talks About Fourth Consecutive Loss!: RR started in a dream way in IPL 2020 when they won the first two matches. However, something has gone wrong now as the batsman is not playing as they did in the first two matches. With yesterday’s loss to DC, Delhi lost their fourth match in a row, and captain Steve Smith is not happy. He said, β€œWe are not playing good enough over the 40 overs, and not executing when the pressure is coming on and you can’t win many games that way.” RR will have to win the next match to stage a comeback in the tournament.

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Steve Smith Credits Bowlers For Good Bowling Against DC In IPL 2020

RR and DC played their match in Sharjah stadium, which is small. Most of the teams batting first in IPL have hit more than 200 runs in 20 overs. Moreover, the chasing team has chased this score as well. So when Delhi made 184, it was lower than the required runs. Steve Smith was happy with how his bowlers bowled. He said, β€œThe bowlers did a good job, and I don’t think the wicket was as good as it has been here, a bit sloppy tonight, and we gave away 10-15 extra runs.”

Steve Smith Optimistic Of RR’s Chances In IPL 2020

Steve Smith is not someone who gives up quickly. He wants his team to remain optimistic so that they bounce back in the upcoming games. He said:

β€œWe have to remain positive, turn things around quickly. At the moment it doesn’t seem to be going our way. I’m not batting too well either. I did feel good tonight with the bat but didn’t get hold of one that I feel like I should have.”

Steve Smith
Source: Cricket News

Steve Smith Gives An Update On Ben Stokes

Ben Stokes will end his quarantine tomorrow, and RR has a game day after. Steve Smith gave an update on Ben’s availability and said, β€œStokes hasn’t had a lot of practice, he gets out of quarantine tomorrow, so we’ll see if he plays the day after tomorrow.”

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