KKR coach McCullum said time for big changes in his team

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) head coach Brendon McCullum said on Sunday that there would be time for some big changes in his team for the upcoming matches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to be played in Mumbai.

He expressed the hope that a change in the team and the venue would bring his campaign back on the winning track.

After losing the match against Royal Challengers Bangalore by 38 runs on Sunday, McCullum said, “We might want players who are freshmen, and hopefully there will be some change in the team.” A match in Mumbai will also change the venue. “KKR have played three matches so far in Chennai in which they have lost in the last two matches.

The former New Zealand captain said, “There will be a new site but we will have to improve at some places.” We can do well in the next two matches. ”Varun Chakravarthy took two wickets in his first over but was dismissed by KKR captain Eoin Morgan who was also criticized by McCullum.+

McCullum said, “We should not have removed Chakraborty from bowling at that time. It was a mistake to move them after that over. We wanted to use them against AB de Villiers but our plan did not work. “

De Villiers (76 not out) and Glenn Maxwell (78) take to the Royal Challengers Bangalore scored 204 for four wickets. after that Stopped at 166 for eight in KKR’s innings.

When asked about the South African batsman, McCullum said, “It seems that he has come up with a new plan.” RCB players look confident. They took away our grip on the match. World-class players do the same, putting a lot of pressure on the opposing team.

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