IPL 2018: Delhi Daredevils' CEO Hemant Dua expresses disappointment over team's poor show this season

Delhi will next play Chennai at home on 18 May.

Delhi has dissappointed their fans in yet another season. (IANS)

Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Delhi Daredevils (DD) have made too many changes in their squad from coaching squad to captain, but they failed to achieve success in the tournament.

Daredevils still have two games to go for the end of the season but they were out if the campaign much before it came down to this point. 

DD’s failure not only disappointed the fans, but also its CEO Hemant Dua who blamed injuries to key players and senior players’ poor form for DD’s horrible outing in the ongoing T20 tournament.

His comments came after Delhi’s ninth loss after 12 games so far in the IPL 2018 with their 5-wicket loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on Saturday (12 May).

On Sunday (13 May), Dua went on social media to post a series of messages on his official Twitter handle to express his disappointment over Delhi’s poor run in the IPL 2018.

Meanwhile, Shreyas Iyer and his team has only two matches this season to play for their pride –first against the Chennai Super Kings on 18 May and last against Mumbai Indians on 20 May both at home.

Have a look here to Dua’s messages for DD’ fans:




By Rashmi Nanda - 14 May, 2018

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