Balaji, the former Indian player and the former bowling coach of Chennai Super Kings said that Sandeep Sharma might regret that no ball a lot. Sandeep Sharma bowled a no ball against Sunrisers Hyderabad when they required 5 runs. He bowled really well but unfortunately bowled a big no ball in the last bowl.
Balaji on Sandeep Sharma
“If we recollect the last over against CSK, Sandeep was able to pull back the game in the last three balls. Here he had another opportunity, but unfortunately, that no ball cost him. He held his nerve and was able to keep things simple until the last ball was bowled.”
Balaji further added that
“For a moment, he thought the match was over, but the sound of the siren came in a disheartening way. He will be regretting the no-ball forever. This one delivery will definitely be playing in his mind,” Balaji told Star Sports
“I thought Glenn Phillips is a kind of player, who can take on the bowlers. Probably, SRH decided Phillips to go in the last three overs when you are chasing a big total. He made absolutely great connection with the ball and I am sure and that had helped the Sunrisers to have hope in their batting lineup,” Balaji said.
After the continuous failure of England’s star player, Harry Brook got dropped. That gave the opportunity to Glenn Phillips in the playing 11. He played a vital cameo inning in the play of the game. Sandeep bowling the no-ball might not be the only reason for the loss.