IPL 6: One of those days when things didn't go our way, says Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma

Moody heaped praise on Dhawan whose unbeaten 73 runs helped the Sunrisers chase down the target of 130 easily. Meanwhile, Mumbai captain Rohit Sharma felt that his team could not click today, particularly in batting.

updated: May 01, 2013 21:20 IST
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Hyderabad: Sunrisers Hyderabad Tom Moody on Wednesday credited his side's easy seven-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians in the IPL here to team effort, saying that his players could execute the plans in bowling as well as in batting.

"I am pleased the way we played. Last few weeks, we are trying to complete our game. We knew that our batting needed to improve. The way our players responded today, I could not have asked for more, particularly in such an important game against Mumbai," Moody said at the post-match press conference.

"We talk about the plans and actually executing them on the field. Today, we managed to do that. We talked about finishing off innings, the death bowling was good," he said.

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