Pat Cummins after loss to KKR admits outstanding performance of KKR In IPL final 2024

Pat Cummins after loss to KKR admits outstanding performance of KKR In IPL final 2024

Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) were “completely outflanked” by Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in the last of IPL 2024, Pat Cummins has yielded. Their eight-wicket rout, finished with 57 balls in excess, was set up by Mitchell Starc’s rankling new-ball spell, in which he swung the ball around corners and took out the huge hitting Abhishek Sharma and Rahul Tripathi.

Pat Cummins comments on KKR’s performance in IPL

“I thought they bowled fabulously, Cummins said at the post-match show. Tragically, my old friend Starcy turned it on once more. Clearly, insufficient this evening, we were completely defeated.”

Their eight-wicket defeat, completed with 57 balls, was set up by Mitchell Starc‘s blistering new-ball spell, in which he swung the ball around corners and took out the big-hitting Abhishek Sharma and Rahul Tripathi.

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SRH didn’t recuperate from the harm brought about by Mitchell Starc and the other Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) knocks and were at last packaged for 113. The longest association Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) oversaw was for the 10th wicket, and it endured only 22 balls, which implied they could neither hit right in the clear nor take the innings profoundly and detonate toward the end.

It was somewhat of a precarious wicket, Pat Cummins, who had won the throw and been picked to bat, said:

I believe that assuming that we got 160, it would have been like we were in the game. It didn’t feel like a 200 or more wicket; again, we fell well short. Yet, perhaps if we found a couple of additional runs, it might’ve allowed us an opportunity.”

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Pat Cummins’s appreciation for the KKR team

“You genuinely want to believe that if you move a couple of limits away [early on], you’re into the game. In any case, they bowled phenomenally well and didn’t give us anything to work with. Comparative [to Qualifier 1] last week in Ahmedabad. They bowled all around well along these lines; full credit goes to them,” Pat Cummins said.

Regardless of the disappointment in the last, SRH’s batting line-up pushed the limits of hostility throughout the competition. Their openers, Abhishek and Travis Head were vital to this IPL being a high-scoring season. SRH broke numerous records and did it over and over again to set the benchmark no matter what the gamble in question, which satisfied Cummins.

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The style that the folks played, Pat Cummins expressed, especially with the bat, takes a ton of expertise to not just get 250 [but] likewise [to do it] multiple times. You put yourself out there as a fair piece. So I cherished how bold the folks were in a high-pressure circumstance like the IPL. They took the game on; there was loads of tomfoolery. The fans appeared to like it back in Hyderabad. Thus, an extraordinary season.

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