Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) captain Eoin Morgan on Thursday mentioned that he could not fault any of his bowlers for his or her efficiency towards Chennai Super Kings (CSK) within the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Thursday. KKR misplaced the match by six wickets that left them in fifth place with only one sport left to play.
KKR had been introduced again into the sport within the center overs by Sunil Narine, who starved CSK batsmen for runs and Varun Chakravarthy, who dismissed opener Shane Watson and captain MS Dhoni.
“One world-class spinner, and the other on the cusp of playing for India. They’re fantastic spinners. I can’t fault any bowlers,” mentioned Morgan after the match.
CSK wanted 10 runs to win off the final over which was bowled by 20-year-old Kamlesh Nagarkoti. He conceded simply three runs off his first 4 balls earlier than Ravindra Jadeja hit consecutive sixes off the final two to take the sport. “Nagarkoti probably didn’t have enough runs to defend, would have liked 16-17. He’s a young guy, he’ll take it on the chin and move on,” mentioned Morgan.
“We probably played a bit well there. Probably on the wrong side of the loss with the toss. Our bowlers gave it everything, but the skills were a bit off. We’ll have to move on quickly,” he mentioned.
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