Pat Cummins Reveals Kolkata Knight Riders Have a Couple of Areas to Improve
|| Indian Correspondent ||
Kolkata Knight Riders’ speedster Pat Cummins on Thursday revealed that KKR has not been able to provide with a "complete game" so far but he is happy that they are in the competition of being the top four teams at the halfway stage of IPL 2020. Notably, they have registered four wins from seven matches so far.
"I think four wins, three losses, you know, is a pretty good result. We're in the top-four. And I don't think we've played anywhere near our best cricket yet, we haven't played that complete game that blows a team out of the water," Pat Cummins said on the eve of their match against Mumbai Indians here.
Meanwhile, KKR won two nail-biting games against Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab. Even the latter one was a last-over thriller where Sunil Narine and Prasidh Krishna sealed the deal as well.
"We had no right to win those two games, but we still won... That's a sign of a really good side. We feel like we can win from any position. So, hopefully we can just work on a couple of areas, don't want to peak too early, by the final we'll be right to go," he shared.
However, the pace bowler is expecting to do well against the defending champions Mumbai Indians.
"Hopefully I will bowl better than we did in the first game, concentrate on what we do well as bowlers. At different times everyone in the side bowled really well. Hopefully we can bring it all together. We like playing in Abu Dhabi, so hope it's a good game," he expressed.
Notably, Cummins, who was the IPL's most expensive overseas buy ever at a whopping Rs 15.5 crore in last year's auction - picked up just two wickets from seven matches which came at an economy of 8.53.
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