Originally Posted by Bahnz
Well, this is one situation where Ryder's aggressive approach is probably justified. Wellington might as well go for the win, and if Ryder had come off that would've made a huge dent in noth the chase and the required run rate. Obviously it still doesn't mean that he didn't find a hilariously stupid way to get out.
There's scoring quickly that's appropriate for this situation, then there's how Jesse has been batting. 100 (150) would've been better than what he made (obviously). A little bit of caution would've gone a long way.
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