It's a new game tomorrow: Steven Smith
Pune determined to put behind Gayle bashing before facing Delhi today
After Chris Gayle took them to the cleaners on Tuesday when he hammered 175 off 66 balls, Pune Warriors would want to tackle Delhi Daredevils here today with a clear mind.
“It happens in 20-20 game. We got to learn from that. It s a new game tomorrow and we will come with a positive mind right from the beginning,” said Pune’s Australian all-rounder Steven Smith.
Despite being at the bottom of the table (four points), Pune will look to see off the Daredevils who are in a worse position (two points). “Winning one or two matches on a trot will bring the team on a winning track,” Smith said.
The exciting all-rounder was confident of India fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar delivering the goods for them through his swing bowling which can trouble the best of batsmen.
Delhi’s Virender Sehwag, who scored a 95 against Mumbai recently could well be seen using spectacles while batting since he batted in the nets with them on Saturday.