Beating in the middle order is a challenge, says Narine

Sunil Narine (Photo / Sportzpics for IPL)

Sharjah [UAE], September 28 (ANI): Kolkata Knight Riders spinner Sunil Narine picked two sixes and a four-way DC coach Kagiso Rabada was a game-changer in the 16th round of the KKR and at the end Kolkata took won by three wickets on Tuesday.

While his 10-ball 21 definitely brought KKR close to the target, he was also just as good with the ball as he finished with 2/18 digits while DC only managed 127/9 at Sharjah. Cricket Stadium.

Speaking after the match, Man of the Match Narine said: “Watching a few games here I knew there was a bit of rotation here. I didn’t want to be too full. I went through a lot of things. I have to give credit to the coach bowling, this is a plus and is the key for me to come back. Beating in the middle is a challenge. It’s nice to see the hard work pay off afterwards a long time. I think we play good cricket. Some trouble, but that said, we play good cricket. “

Even though Narine came out in the 17th, the damage was done as Nitish Rana (undefeated out of 36) guided the KKR home with 10 balls to spare.

Earlier, bowlers from the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) put on a clinical show to restrict the Delhi Capitals (DC) to 127/9. For Kolkata, Narine, Venkatesh Iyer and Lockie Ferguson each scalped two wickets while Tim Southee returned with one. For the Delhi Capitals, Steve Smith and Rishabh Pant both played 39 strokes each. (ANI)


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