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IPL 2020: With the help of KL Rahul and Chris Gayle’s Fifties, Kings XI Punjab beat Royal challengers Bangalore by 8 wickets

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KL Rahul (KXIP Captain)

I have no idea, it’s (pulse) the most elevated it can be. I don’t have words. We realized we needed to scratch and get over the line. We are a far superior side than where we are in the Points Table. It simply became dangerously close, cheerful that we went too far. As a gathering, we have been baffling. It can get disappointing. Our abilities were acceptable, however we didn’t exploit the defining moments. It turns into a propensity – winning and not winning. There are high points and low points and this has been the thrill ride. We needed this success to get some confidence in the team. It’s my first time as captain, for me it’s consistently about winning. The personal performances haven’t been on mind too much.

Chris Gayle:

Not generally.come on man, it is the Universe Boss batting, how might I be anxious. I may give you a heart attack, I thought I had it taken care of however more bizarre things have occurred in cricket. It was a decent innings, first in IPL and now I can make myself accessible for 2021. I can escape from the bubble now and go. It was clingy and I thought it was better in the subsequent innings, it was hard for the group batting second and we improved aspect of the pitch. The group requested that I manage a responsibility and I convey, openers have been batting admirably and we would not like to inconvenience that, Mayank and the skipper have given us some great beginnings directly through, the success was more significant for the group. I thought it was important to keep fit, I don’t like being on the bench but I was enjoying it and apart from the sickness I have been getting fitter.

Virat Kohli (RCB skipper)

It was very surprising on the grounds that it went Wire. A bit of Pressure can confuse you, it was a decent exhibition by Kings XI at the end. We had a talk, it (AB batting at no, 6) was a message about the left-hand, right-hand combination. sometimes these choices you make, don’t come off. Yet, I think 170 was a good score. That is the idea, get your eye in, and begin hitting. However, we couldn’t put them under tension. We accept a great deal of pride as a bowling side, yet this evening was one of those evenings, as it didn’t come off. A couple of positives from the game. There was no discussion between Yuzi (Chahal) and me frankly. Things got fascinating, frankly. They sort of let us return the game since I figure it ought to have finished by the eighteenth over.

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