Williamson thrilled with all-round show

 Jaipur, April 29: Sunrisers Hyderabad captain Kane Williamson reckoned that both batting and bowling clicked for them as they registered a 11-run win over Rajasthan Royals on Sunday.
"The contributions from the batting order to get 150 on that surface, was certainly a par total. The surface was on the slow side, and there was not much bounce. I thought the way they bowled the short ball was pretty good, and it’s something we wanted to do in our bowling innings," Williamson said at the post-match presentation ceremony.
"We didn’t get the 10-15 more on a challenging surface, but it was an improvement nevertheless."
"We knew that if we were able to squeeze well, like we have done in the last couple of games – we certainly back our bowlers — we would make life difficult," New Zealander Williamson said.
"They did get off to a good start and put us under pressure but we were able to bounce back in that second half of bowling."
Williamson admitted that he took a gamble by letting part-time off-spinner Yusuf Pathan bowl against dangerous batsman Ben Stokes and Rahane in the 11th over. IANS