Defeat against PBKS is a difficult pill to swallow: David Miller. Miller only scored 11 runs in the game against PBKS.
Gujarat Titans and Punjab Kings faced off in the latest IPL 2022 game. with PBKS ticking all the boxes to earn a dominant hand against the table toppers. Punjab’s clinical eight-wicket victory end Gujarat’s winning streak, and their performance praise by many in the cricket community. In the same vein, GT middle-order batter David Miller state that a loss to PBKS was a difficult pill to swallow.
Miller, who did not perform well against PBKS, added that the Titans’ team environment is very relax and that the players are doing everything they can to perform at their best. A loss to PBKS not the desire outcome for them. But things like this are bound to happen in the league with so many games line up one after the other. According to the South African batter.
“There is a sense of calm in our team. It’s a very laid-back atmosphere. ” Guys are training hard and extremely competitive, and obviously today a bitter pill to swallow, with the result. ” Miller told the media after the game against PBKS, according to India Today.
“But that will happen over the course of an IPL season, with so many games.” So, hopefully, we got the bad game over with.”
David Miller: We were under pressure, particularly in the first ten overs
In terms of the game. All of GT’s batters performed admirably, with the exception of Sai Sudharsan, who smashed 65 of 50 balls. PBKS, on the other hand, won thanks to innings from Shikhar Dhawan (62*), Bhanuka Rajapaksa (40), and Liam Livingstone (30). Kagiso Rabada (4/33) a stunner with the ball. Gill’s run out clearly a significant detriment for GT, as Miller pointed out.
“Yeah, I mean, it’s difficult when you’re losing wickets all the time. ” We were under the pump, especially in the first ten overs. But, I mean, there were a couple of brilliant moments from the (Punjab) Kings, like Gill being run out with a direct hit – you never, ever wish that on anyone. Then, once you start losing wickets, you’re always behind the eight-ball,” Miller added.