SRH removed struggling Australian batsman Warner from the captaincy on Saturday as the side has lost five of the six matches under him this IPL season.
SunRisers Hyderabad would like to announce that Kane Williamson will be taking over the captaincy for tomorrow's match and for the remainder of IPL 2021.
SRH, who sent in captain David Warner and Kane Williamson, managed to take just seven runs in their Super Over which was bowled by Axar Patel
Williamson's home Test summer helped him claim the supreme award, along with the International Test Player of the Year award.
SRH suffered a 10-run defeat against KKR here at the MA Chidambaram Stadium after Nitish Rana and Rahul Tripathi's knocks of 80 and 53 were backed by a spirited bowling performance by the Eoin Morgan-led side.
India staged an incredible turnaround to clinch the four-match rubber 2-1 for one of their biggest wins of all time.
Williamson had briefly occupied the top spot towards the end of 2015 but either Smith or Kohli have been number one since then. This year too, Smith was at the top for 313 days and Kohli for 51
Chasing 164, the Black Caps rode on a brilliant 84 not out from Seifert and unbeaten 57 from Williamson to comfortably chase down the target with four balls to spare.
On the other hand, experienced campaigner Ross Taylor has been excluded from the Kiwi squad. With the T20 series against Pakistan scheduled to start just three days after the ongoing Test against West Indies
"It's sort of wait and see," Williamson said to questions about whether he would take paternity leave.
West Indies bowler Kemar Roach said Williamson's innings was one of the best he'd seen as the 30-year-old surpassed his previous record of 242 against Sri Lanka nearly six years ago
The cricketers, who are confined to their rooms in hotels, took to social media for killing the time. Smith too took to his handle on Instagram, he asked his fans to pose questions and owed to answer them.
Holder first led SRH's brilliant bowling effort with figures of 3 for 25 to restrict batting-heavy RCB to a modest 131 for seven before he and Williamson steered SRH past the target with two balls to spare