Sydney Sixers captain Moises Henriques concedes his aspect obtained slightly forward of themselves of their calamitous Massive Bash League loss to the Hobart Hurricanes.
Chasing simply 130 for victory at Alice Springs on Friday, the Sixers suffered a collapse of 7-13 in 21 balls and have been rolled for 104 within the second-last over.
The Hurricanes’ younger Afghan import Qais Ahmed starred with Four-12 from 4 overs of leg spin and in addition pulled off a run-out.
Sydney have been wanting good at 1-48 within the energy play however their innings fell in a heap on a tough low and gradual pitch at Traeger Park.
“I dont suppose they’d too many (runs) on the board. It wasn’t your typical T20 wicket however it was the identical for each groups,” Henriques informed reporters.
“We might have gotten forward of ourselves slightly bit in that chase.”
Henriques was Ahmad’s first sufferer when he was caught within the deep off the 19-year-old for 2.
“If we have been to look again .. have been these photographs obligatory on the time?,” he stated.
“It’s one thing to be taught from, particularly contemplating we’ve been a really assured chasing crew prior to now. It was very manageable.”
Josh Philippe hit 24 however couldn’t replicate his efforts from Wednesday the place an unbeaten 81 guided the Sixers to an eight-wicket win over Perth.
Jordan Silk and tailender Ben Manenti (each 22) gave Sydney a glimmer of hope with a 41-run ninth-wicket stand however by then the injury had been finished.
“Perhaps we have been a bit too aggressive at occasions. Perhaps obtained slightly bit excited due to our chase the opposite night time,” Henriques stated.
The Sixers are 1-1 to start out the match and subsequent face the Brisbane Warmth on the SCG on Sunday night time.