IPL 2019: Virat Kohli welcomes new ideas: Daniel Vettori

IPL 2019: Virat Kohli welcomes new ideas: Daniel Vettori

RCB coach Daniel Vettori believes that the captain of the team, Virat Kohli, welcomes new ideas and believes in the voice coming from within him as the captain.
IANS | Updated: May 6, 2019, 10:50 PM IST
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Indian Premier League (IPL) team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) coach Daniel Vettori believes that the captain of the team, Virat Kohli, welcomes new ideas and believes in the voice coming from within him as the captain. Vittori has been working with Kohli in the team for the last six years. Kohli, however, could not take this team once again into the playoffs.

Vettori said, “When I talk to them or someone else talks to them, the thing happens in such a way that what you think, can work or not.” Former New Zealand captain said, It is not always a matter of data It is a matter of understanding of the sounds and games coming from inside. I think that when you put something in front of Virat, then he is always ready to listen to you and that makes him a good captain. ‘

He said, ‘There is a strong link between making strategies and using data. I think this is very important because if I see generally that cricket is quite immature about its reach. I like baseball and I think he would be using the data well. What I always fight as a coach is the strategy. ‘

 

 

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Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma (55 not out) led by Lasith Malinga (35/3), Mumbai Indians defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by nine wickets with 23 balls remaining. With this, Mumbai got the right to play in the first qualifier after getting top position in the league stage of the IPL 2019. Sunrisers Hyderabad, with 12 points from Mumbai’s win, managed to qualify due to better run-rate, while KKR had to get out.

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Mumbai and Chennai are both 3-3 times champions. Both of these teams will play the first qualifier on May 7 in Chennai, while Delhi and Hyderabad will compete in the Eliminator in Visakhapatnam on May 8. The winner of this match, the team will play the second qualifier in Visakhapatnam on May 10 from the team that lost in the first qualifier. The final will be played in Hyderabad on May 12.

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Under the leadership of Lasith Malinga, the Mumbai Indians made Kolkata Knight Riders with 133 runs for 7 wickets. Malinga got 3 for 35, while Hardik Pandya took 20 and Jasprit Bumrah scored 2 for 31 runs. If Lynn’s batting was abandoned, then Mumbai put KKR (65/2) in the first 12 overs completely on backfoot. In the KKR, there were four sixes and two fours, all of which came out of Lin’s bat.

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After spooning six sixes on Mitchell McClenaghan and Lasith Malinga, spinners Rahul Chahar welcomed two sixes, but all his shots were played during the powerplay, in which KKR scored 49 runs without any loss. After this, only 16 runs were scored in the next six overs and in the meantime Shubhaman Gill (9 off 16 balls) and Lynn Pavillon returned. In the 9th over, Lynn (41 off 29 balls) caught the wicket, while Gill hit LBW on his ball.

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Uthappa, who scored only 9 runs in 21 balls at a time, had some enthusiasm in the KKR supporters by putting a six on Malinga, but this Sri Lankan bowler bowled first Karthik (3 runs in 9 balls) and then Andre Russell (zero) Out, Mumbai’s supporters got drunk. Malinga round the wicket came and hit Russell’s gloves on the ball and reached the wicketkeeper. KKR scores 73 runs in four wickets after 13 overs.

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Nitish Rana (26 runs off 13 balls) put two sixes in Hardik in the 15th over but immediately after sending Malinga’s ball for six runs in the 18th over, he was caught by the boundary line. Uthappa made some good shots in between. They include two sixes in Bumrahah’s 2 overs, but their slow batting in death overs can cost KKR very expensive. Only 10 runs in the last two overs. Bumrah hit Uthappa (40 off 47 balls) and Rinku Singh (4) on the last two balls.

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Rohit did not show any kind of haste and easily run the run After Dikak, he found a good partner in the form of Suryakumar (27 not out in 27 balls) who made a spectacular six on Sunil Narine and hit two boundaries on Harry Gruni. Rohit completed his half-century on 44 balls. This is the second opportunity in this session, while he was successful in fifties. Suryakumar hit five fours and two sixes in his innings, including the winning six on Russell. An unbroken partnership of 88 runs for the second wicket between them.

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Rohit Sharma and De Kock (30 off 23 balls) added 46 runs in the powerplay to give the te

am a good start.

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