Port Elizabeth: Victoria skipper David Hussey said a slow start and failure to execute their plans cost them their match against Warriors in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament on Monday.
"We started slow, didn't we? We need to regroup and play our A game in Jo'burg. We didn't execute our skills well, but full credit to Warriors," Hussey said after his team suffered a 28-run defeat to Warriors.
His counterpart and Man-of-the-match Davey Jacobs said 159 was always a difficult target to achieve and his bowlers backed him well.
Jacobs guides Warriors to emphatic win over Victoria
"We are very happy with the win. We always knew anything around 160 would be a difficult target but still we needed to bowl a few good overs and we just did that. Crowd is always with the band, so it's fun. I am sure there will be a big crowd in on Saturday," he said.
Jacobs took two stunning catch to contribute to his win, apart from scoring a 39-ball 59.
Asked which one was better between the two catches, Jacobs said, "Yeah, the second catch was a bit of a TV thing, the first one was better."