IPL 2020: Match 8, KKR vs SRH – Kolkata Knight Riders Player Ratings

IPL Match 8 -2020

The Kolkata Cavaliers (KKR) lost 49 strokes in their first match against the Mumbai Indians (MI) at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. However, Dinesh Karthik and Co rose from the ashes like phoenixes and defeated Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) at the same spot with seven wickets.

The gold and purple uniforms won first place in the T20 Championship. In addition, since they have 10 goals to win, their net operating rate has also improved after being hit after losing the first game.

For the risers led by David Warner, they tasted back-to-back failure. Before the next game against the Delhi Capital (DC) on Tuesday, September 29, the Orange Corps needs to return to the drawing board and close the holes in its team.

The following are KKR player ratings for the KKR vs SRH game:

Shubman Gill-9.5/10
Shuberman Gill was full of energy. He opened the blow and scored an unbeaten 70 points with 62 goals with 5 4s and 2 6s. He participated in 92 runs with Eoin Morgan and led the Cavaliers to victory. He played his own strokes, but also made sure that he did not lose the ticket gate.

Sunil Narine-3/10
Sunil Narine’s racket and ball are on vacation. He is the most expensive of the spinners, making 31 penalties in only five of his four Grand Slams. The regulator can’t pick up the ticket gate either. After taking the bat, Narine misused his left arm, Khallel Ahmed, and got him two ducks.

Nitish Rana-8.5/10
Nitish Rana may have only 26 runs, but he was the one that injected momentum into the Knights after Narine was fired early. The left-hander hit 13 goals with an impressive 200 six shots four. The left-hand pacemaker T Natarajan shortened his knock on the door.

Dinesh Kartik-3/10
Cricketer and goalkeeper Dinesh Karthik kept quiet. He couldn’t understand Rashid Khan’s doggies and died for ducks. He chose DRS, but KKR eventually lost it. However, he is very active as the captain. He used as many as seven bowling balls and did not allow the SRH batter to settle down.

Ian Morgan-8.5/10
Eoin Morgan had a difficult time with MI, but he made corrections to SRH. He was nervous at first, and then began to pay attention to him. He also swept Rashid Khan (Rashid Khan) in reverse, becoming four to three. Finally, with the help of four-thirds and six-sixths, he did not concede 42 of 29 goals.

Andre Russell-7.5/10
Andre Russell’s quota has not yet been completed, but his work is very precise. In his two bowling Grand Slams, Dre-Russ sent 16 goals with four penalty kicks. Most importantly, he nailed the ominous-looking Manish Pandey, who scored 51 with four-thirds of 38 points and two of six points.

Pat Cummins-9/10
Pat Cummins scored 49 points in three games against MI and met with strong opposition. However, the speed car suddenly turned around and was the most economical bowler of KKR on Saturday. The pacemaker serves 19 times four times with an economic efficiency of 4.75, and it performs well.

Shivam Mavi- 6/10
Shivam Mavi defeated Quinton de Kock and Rohit Sharma against MI. However, he could not make a breakthrough in the second game. The young man only played bowls twice, and he gave up 15 matches. He leaked six and four o’clock, but also disturbed the six o’clock delivery.

Kurdip Yadav-6/10
After a bad game with the Mumbai team, Kuldeep Yadav only played twice. In the 12 balls he dropped, the left-arm spinner made 15 runs with the economic efficiency of 7.5. The Chinese was beaten six times, but he was reasonable for the rest of the time. He has not yet obtained the ticket gate for this IPL.

Kamlesh Nagarkoti-5.5/10
Kamlesh Nagarkoti made his IPL debut for KKR after two seasons and he performed well. The young man only got two answers, and he gave up 17 runs. He pitches with his famous pace and venom. Nagarkoti sent a quarter and played a wide ball with two penalty kicks.

Warren Chakravasi-8.5/10
Varun Chakravarthy (Varun Chakravarthy) participated in the IPL competition last year, but he only participated in one game. This was KKR’s debut, and he was not deceived. In his four games, he gave up 25 games. Most importantly, the mysterious spinner got rid of David Warner (David Warner), who took off 36 balls from 30.

 

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Last Updated on September 27, 2020

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