New Delhi: Delhi Daredevils skipper Virender Sehwag said the pitch for Tuesday's match against Bangalore was not of their liking but blamed poor bowling for their three-wicket defeat.
Chasing 161 to win, Bangalore romped home with three balls to spare. "The ball was not coming on to the bat. It's difficult to hit boundaries, until the ball is there to be hit. They cut a lot of grass, which we didn't want, but we have to carry on with whatever wicket we get," Sehwag said after the match.
The Delhi skipper blamed poor effort by his bowlers for the defeat. "I think we gave too many boundary balls in the first six overs. They were not hitting boundaries but still they were getting boundaries because of our bad bowling."