Chennai Super Kings skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels his side lost the IPL match against hosts Rajasthan Royals in the first six overs as the visitors gave away too many runs during that period.
Chennai Super lords commander MS Dhoni feels his side lost the IPL match against hosts Rajasthan Royals in the first six overs as the callers gave down too numerous runs during that period.
Opting to club, RR made a atrocious launch with Yashasvi Jaiswal (77 off 43) and Jos Buttler putting up an 86- run opening stage in just8.2 overs, including 64 in the first six overs, then on Thursday.
“They scored quite a bit above par. We gave down too numerous in the first six. At the same time, gate was great to club on, ” Dhoni said after the 32- run loss.
“Bowlers sailed well in the middle overs but a lot of edges went for boundaries, at least 5- 6 went for them and that had made an impact. They had par- plus and we couldn’t get a good launch in the power play with the club. ” “ We had to assess what a good length is, as captain you tell them but originally we’ve down a many boundaries and after that you ’re always playing catch up. ” Dhoni praised Jaiswal and Dhruv Jurel, who made 15- ball 34 towards the end, for their sweats.
“Yashasvi maundered really well, was important to go after the bowlers and it was important to take advised pitfalls. In the end of the innings, Jurel maundered well but I suppose it’s the first six where it got down from us, ” he said.
Sri Lankan fast bowler Matheesha Pathirana went for runs on Thursday, giving away 48 off his four overs but Dhoni defended him.
“I felt Pathirana’s bowling was good, he didn’t coliseum poorly. I suppose the scorecard doesn’t reflect how well he sailed. ” Dhoni, who presumably is playing his last IPL, also flashed back his fond recollections of the venue.
“This is a veritably special venue, my first ODI hundred in Vizag gave me 10 games but the 183 I made then gave me another one time. It was great to be back then, ” he said.
Winning commander Sanju Samson was full of praise for Jaiswal, Jurel and Devdutt Padikkal’s aggressive fur. “ This is a win the platoon and unker really wanted. The way youths Jaiswal, Devdutt, Jurel maundered was outstanding, the mindset of attack, attack and attack is commodity we will keep promoting in the dressing room.
“Credit goes to the platoon operation and support staff (for working with players like Jaiswal) who work veritably hard at the academe. Lot of work has gone behind his success. Proud of the way he’s playing, ” he said.
Devon Conway has hit back- to- back four half- centuries this season and has been plugging for the Orange Cap as well. Ajinkya Rahane has been in fine form as well with two quick fifties to his name as he returned in a new icon . Shivam Dube has set the season ablaze with his heavy hitting as well while Tushar Deshpande has been a disclosure this season with 14 lattices to his name. Among other players in the platoon, Ruturaj Gaikwad is harmonious at the top of the order while Ravindra Jadeja has 11 lattices to his name.
Shikhar Dhawan’s return was much awaited for the side as the PBKS fur order was in dire need of their captain. The nature formerly has played key knocks this season. Pacer Arshdeep Singh returned to his stylish with four lattices against Mumbai Indians lately and will have further backup with Rabad back in the line- up.
Piecemeal from them, Atharv Taide scored a half- century in the last game while Sam Curran and Harpreet Brar are pivotal presence in the bowling line- up. The ultimate is also likely to return after PBKS bowlers went for runs against Lucknow Super titans. Know More Latest IPL News…