Rajasthan Royals mentor Kumar Sangakkara ignores Sanju Samson and Jos Buttler and credits: The second qualifier match of IPL 2022 was played between RR and RCB at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on 27 May. In this match, Rajasthan won the toss and decided to bowl first. After which the RCB team, who came out to bat first, played an innings of 157 runs in 20 overs at the loss of 8 wickets.
In response to this the team of RR, who came out to bat in the second innings, achieved this target in 18.1 overs by losing 3 wickets and registered a 7 wicket victory and confirmed their place in the final. After this match RR’s mentor and former Giants Sri Lanka
Captain Kumar Sangakkara talked in detail about the success of the team.
Hard work and training paid off – Kumar Sangakkara
There is a wave of happiness among the fans of RR, who reached the final of IPL 2022 after the victory against RCB. In this connection, the team’s mentor and former veteran Sri Lankan captain and batsman, batsman Kumar Sangakkara said in the post-presentation,
“Very satisfying performance. All the hard work and training finally paid off. The last match against Gujarat was not that easy as we had only 16 runs in the last over to save us. Jos Buttler’s game was really great. Yes, he has full faith in his strength. He plays spin very well.
He does not play many irresponsible shots when he is not having his day. He can change his batting gear any time and he has a really great talent. The whole bowling unit of ours is superb. Special credit goes to Prasidh, the honest behavior which he has displayed is really commendable. He is a special talent”.
The team that plays well on the final day will win – Mentor Kumar Sangakkara
Further praising the rest of the team’s bowling and sharing his experience, Sangakkara said,
“As for Bolt, he is always trying to learn something new. McCoy’s mother is recovering well in West Indies. We have to appreciate McCoy’s hustle and bustle. Spin GD also did a great job. Hum during the auction Wanted to use 95% of our wallets. We worked with our new investors for about 8 months.
We avoided giving attention to a select few players. Our nucleus is full of international-level players. When I played against RR itself. Warne was the captain and I was caught by him on his ball and everyone remembers what he ran after. We will focus on our basics in the final against GT. The team which plays well by controlling the nerves on that day will definitely win.