Skipper of the Royal Challengers in Bangalore They grow kohli on Tuesday said the luxury of having depth in the bowling department is doing well for the team this season.
RCB won Delhi Capital in one run to achieve their fifth victory of the season. Kohli used six bowls in the game and also had the opportunity to pass the ball to Universal Glenn Maxwell.
“For the most part, I think we were at the top of this game with our bowlers. We felt 160-165 was on par. It was a bit of a double,” Collie said during the post-match presentation.
“There was no dew tonight thanks to that little sandstorm in the middle and we ended up bowling with a dry ball. If you look at our bowling team, Maxi still doesn’t bowling, he’s the 7th option. As Captain I he can bowling boys of different stages, to unload the load from each other.
“And Maxi isn’t bowling yet. We’ve always had wadding, but now we have bowling,” added Collie.
Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant, meanwhile, praises the swirling innings from the West Indies Shimron Hetmeier.
“Obviously you feel disappointed, especially when you’re on the losing side. They got 10-15 more runs on that leash. Hetty (Hetmeier) played brilliant passes, that’s why we got closer to the goal,” Pant said.
In an unusual move, Pant passed the ball to the wagon Marcus Stoinis, who had not bowled throughout the match, in the last of which 23 tracks passed.
Asked about the reason behind the decision, Pant said: “In the end, we thought that whoever got the ball should finish the job for the team.
“We planned that, in the end we missed one time. We counted the overs really well, in the end the spinners didn’t get the help we thought they could get. In the end, I had to give the ball to Stoynis.”