It’s an Advantage for us to Play against SRH in the play-offs: Kuldeep Yadav

Kolkata Knight Riders‘ young spinner Kuldeep Yadav assumed an essential part as KKR vanquished Sunrisers Hyderabad by 22 keeps running in their last group match to close a play billet.

Kuldeep, who completed the match with the figures of 28 for 2 from his four overs,said it was his private cabin methodology against the meeting side that did the trap.


Subsequent to losing their chief David Warner economically, SRH batsmen Shikhar Dhawan and Naman Ojha included 58 keeps running for the second wicket and were looking all set to remove the match from KKR yet then Kuldeep released Dhawan to trigger a breakdown for SRH.

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“I had seen a few recordings of Dhawan. I was attempting to contain him with singles and twos and not permit him to hit limits and sixes. I was attempting to bowl as indicated by the field. I rocked the bowling alley a wrong’un and got his wicket,” Yadav, who played his second match of the season, told a news meeting after his side’s win.

Kuldeep, who supplanted Piyush Chawla in the playing XI, said that there was weight on him at first yet his execution helped him to discharge the weight on him.

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“There was weight when you supplant a senior player and particularly in the last round. In any case, I was upbeat in the meantime. The way I continued knocking down some pins it discharged the weight progressively,” he said.

With Sunday’s win, KKR may confront the same adversaries in the eliminator and Yadav said it would be an additional point of interest.

“In the event that we take them in the playoffs, it will be an additional point of preference having beaten them in the last round. We will need to keep it straightforward, knowing their shortcoming.”

Kolkata were 141 for 3 toward the end of 15 overs and were looking all set to cross the 200 stamp yet at last missed the mark regarding 200 as they could score just 171.Yadav offered credit to Sunrisers’ pace assault for confining KKR at 171.

“They knocked down some pins extremely well at the passing. It was difficult for batting in the last five overs and they knocked down some pins as per arrangement. There was great execution also,” said Yadav.