Former Indian legendary batsman Rahul Dravid, the mentor of the Delhi Daredevils [DD] cut a frustrated figure after his team folded for a measly 69 against the Kings XI Punjab [KXIP] and went on to lose the game by 10 wickets.
They are now languishing at the bottom of the points table with just 2 victories from 8 matches.
"There's not much to say when you get out for 67. We were pretty disappointing on the day with our execution. We can only go up from here. We are better than what we showed today. We were very poor and didn't bat intelligently. We didn't access the conditions well enough and didn't give ourselves a chance, Dravid said at the post-match presser.
"There have been times where we've played pretty good cricket. There have been times where we've lost close games. The three games that we lost were relatively close. The last couple of games we've not played well. Even in Calcutta, I thought we were very good in the first 15 overs and then lost the game in the last five overs,” he further added.