‘Knew Prasidh would opt for slower ball or wide yorker in penultimate over’ : Ravindra Jadeja

Jadeja scored quick 22 off 8 balls.

Jadeja scored quick 22 off 8 balls.

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has said that he knew pacer Prasidh Krishna would pick a more slow conveyance or wide yorker in the penultimate over of the Indian Premier League (IPL) match.

Ravindra Jadeja without any help removed the game from Kolkata Knight Riders in their Indian Premier League experience at the Sheik Zayed Stadium on Sunday as he scored 22 runs off the nineteenth over as Prasidh Krishna looked on haplessly. The two-wicket win saw CSK return to the highest point of the table.

“Strain was there. We are playing T20 cricket after quite a while and the circumstance was an intense one, I just contemplated backing my game and if the ball is there in my spaces, I will put it all on the line. Just one run came in the initial two balls, yet I realized that Prasidh would go for a more slow one or wide yorker taking a gander at the field. I just supported my qualities and took the plunge,” Jadeja told colleague Shardul Thakur in a video posted on iplt20.com.

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“I just disclosed to Deepak Chahar that as a right-gave batsman, Sunil Narine would bowl a leg-turn conveyance, ideally, he associated and we had the option to dominate the game,” he added.

Prior, Rahul Tripathi and Nitish Rana scored 45 and 37 individually as KKR posted 171/6 in the dispensed twenty overs. Eoin Morgan’s side was battling at one phase yet Dinesh Karthik’s appearance of 26 runs of 11 balls assisted KKR with going the 170-run mark.

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