Chennai: Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) team had a thrilling victory by defeating Mumbai Indians by 10 runs in the IPL match played on Tuesday. After the Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 152, the Kolkata team was headed for an easy victory, thanks to a 72-run partnership between Nitish Rana (57) and Shubman Gill (33) for the first wicket, but Mumbai Indians were thereafter. The bowlers stopped Kolkata by 10 runs from the target by economical bowling.
Shahrukh Khan was fiercely angry
After this defeat of Kolkata Knight Riders, team owner Shah Rukh Khan was fiercely angry on Twitter. Shah Rukh Khan apologized to the fans on Twitter after this poor performance of Kolkata Knight Riders. After this defeat of Kolkata Knight Riders, Shah Rukh Khan wrote on Twitter, “Disappointing performance, the only thing I can say to KKR fans is to forgive.”
Disappointing performance. to say the least @KKRiders apologies to all the fans!
– Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) April 13, 2021
Andre Russell gave such a reaction
After this resentment of Shahrukh Khan, all rounder Andre Russell of Kolkata Knight Riders has now given his reaction. Andre Russell said, “He is in support of team owner Shahrukh Khan’s tweet and the team will learn from the defeat against Mumbai Indians.” Russell said, ‘I support Shahrukh Khan’s tweet, but in the end it is a game of cricket. You can’t be sure until it’s over. ‘
The road is not ending here
Russell said, ‘We are confident that we have played good cricket. I am proud of the team players. We are disappointed with this defeat, but the path is not ending here. This was our second match and we will learn from it. It was difficult to bat on this pitch and it was not easy for the new batsman to hit big from the beginning. It was very challenging.
Andre Russell had become a villain
In the last over of this match, Kolkata Knight Riders needed 15 runs to win. Trent Bolt gave just 4 runs in this over and took 2 wickets. He made Andre Russell and Pat Cummins his victim. Even senior batsmen like Dinesh Karthik could not win their team in the last over. Andre Russell was expected to win KKR, but the biggest match proved to be a winner flop.
Mumbai beats Kolkata in a thrilling match
The five-time champions Mumbai Indians registered a thrilling win against Kolkata Knight Riders, thanks to the superb performance of their bowlers led by Rahul Chahar (4-27). After the Mumbai Indians were bowled out for 152, the Kolkata team was headed for an easy victory, thanks to a 72-run partnership between Nitish Rana (57) and Shubman Gill (33) for the first wicket, but Mumbai Indians were thereafter. The bowlers stopped Kolkata by 10 wickets from the target by taking wickets at regular intervals along with economical bowling.