Punjab Kings (PBKS) skipper Okay.L. Rahul known as Deepak Chahar`s kunckle balls that acquired a few PBKS batsmen and his personal run out as the motive behind his workforce`s poor outing with the bat on Friday night time towards Chennai Super Kings (CSK) at the Wankhede Stadium right here.
CSK received the sport handsomely by six wickets and in 15.4 overs after limiting PBKS to 106/8 in 20 overs. “Credit to the CSK bowlers, they bowled in the right channels, Deepak [Chahar] with his knuckle balls got a couple of wickets, getting myself run-out doesn`t help the team,” stated Rahul after the match.
“There`s not much more to say. If any team loses five wickets in the first seven or eight overs, it`s always going to be catch up. They bowled well, we played some bad shots, that`s how the game goes,” added the opening batsman whereas describing his workforce`s early lack of wickets which noticed them get lowered to 26 for 5 in 6.2 overs. Rahul added that the pitch was tough to bat on.
“It (pitch) was a lot more sticky and tacky than what it looked like. It wasn`t a 100-110 wicket, maybe 150-160 sort of a wicket. But it`s a good learning for us, hopefully we can learn from these mistakes and come back stronger in the next game,” he added.
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