“He (Warner) was a little animated because we weren’t playing very good cricket and we lost,” Bayliss mentioned referring to Warner, who was gesturing within the group dugout in Wednesday evening’s sport on the M A Chidambaram stadium.
“I think the umpires got it right. There was a bit of conjecture over obviously the second high no-ball, but the first one was not directed at the batter’s body, so that wasn’t a warning. So I think the umpires got that one right,” Bayliss mentioned on the post-match press convention.
Harshalhad bowled the primary no-ball within the 18th over (fourth ball) however it was down the leg-side and was not warned. However, when he bowled a excessive full toss within the closing over, he was issued a warning.
Bayliss felt the group performed good cricket for 35 of the 40 overs.
“Probably went for a bit too many within the final couple of bowling overs. Then clearly within the final three or 4 overs… the over the place we misplaced three wickets, was clearly some poor cricket. Some poor decision-making.
“As I said, we played some pretty good cricket for 35 overs. But against such good teams, you need to put together 40 good overs,” the SRH coach added.
He additional mentioned the batsmen ought to have countered the strain by enjoying good cricket photographs.
“Obviously, once you maintain a group all the way down to underneath 150, you want to assume you’ll win extra instances than you lose. But our batting in that final third of the match was pretty poor.
“There was some good bowling, obviously. But we should have countered the pressure by playing some good strong cricket shots and taking the ones and twos and putting the pressure back on the opposition,” he added.
Bayliss additional mentioned, “We tried to get the sport finished and over inside a brief area of time. In T20 cricket, you might have at all times got somewhat little bit of extra time than you actually assume.
“If you look at the end result, we lost by six or seven runs. If we hadn’t lost out better batters in that over, where we lost three wickets, it might have been a different story.”
Asked about SRH bringing in West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder rather than Mohammad Nabi for the RCB fixture, Bayliss mentioned Nabi had got hit within the sport in opposition to Kolkata Knight Riders on April 11 and was feeling the consequences of that hit for a few days.
“Nabi, when he got hit the opposite day within the first match, he is feeling the consequences of that hit for a few days after that. So he was deemed unfit. He had a little bit of a headache and a heavy head.
“That allowed us to play Jason, and from the pace-bowling point of view he gave us a point of difference with a little bit of height and bounce,” he added.
About the standing of New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, who’s but to get a sport, the SRH coach mentioned, “Kane Williamson is out having a bit of a run now. He trained on one of the days – we had two days’ practice before this game and he practised on one of those days so he’s coming along.”
SRH subsequent meet defending champion Mumbai Indians right here on April 17.