Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg – who follows the IPL closely – explained why Sunrisers Hyderabad lost by seven wickets against Chennai Super Kings on Wednesday at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Hogg felt SRH did not use ace spinner Rashid Khan well and that is what cost them the match. He also felt David Warner could have been a little more aggressive with the fielding placements knowing that they need to win to get off the bottom of the table.Also Read - AB de Villiers Expresses Desire to Return to RCB in IPL 2023, Calls Bangalore His Second Home

Hogg tweeted: “Use of Rashid probably cost the @SunRisers last night, could of been a little more aggressive with field placements in his first over, especially when they needed the win to get off the bottom of the ladder.” Also Read - Yuzvendra Chahal-Rashid Khan's Bromance Ahead of Qualifier 1 at Eden Gardens Goes VIRAL | WATCH VIDEO

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However, Rashid Khan – who was brought in to bowl in the eighth over of the CSK chase – picked up all the three wickets that CSK lost in the 172-run chase conceding 36 runs in his four overs.

While taking responsibility for the loss, Warner reckoned SRH could have done better after CSK lost their openers.

“Felt like you could squeeze a bit after those wickets but they were always ahead in the game,” Warner said after the loss.

CSK won the game with nine balls to spare to go top of the points table again. They have won five out of six games they have played this season and look good to make the playoffs.

SRH is placed at the bottom of the points table with one win from six games. They need to gt back to winning ways if they want a shot at the playoffs.