Updated: October 18, 2020 10:13:53 pm
He decisively turned the match in Kolkata Knight Riders’ favour together with his distinctive bowling and no marvel Lockie Ferguson’s favorite second was dismissing Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner off the primary ball of the Super Over.
The Kiwi paceman bowled Warner with a full size supply and Abdul Samad with a yorker respectively whereas conceded solely two runs in the Super Over. This was after he took three wickets in Sunrisers Hyederabad’s chase in the regulation time.
KKR simply scored the required three runs to earn a much-needed win.
“Getting David Warner out especially at the start of the super over,” Ferguson mentioned when requested about his favorite wicket in the match.
“It’s great having Morgs (Eoin Morgan) at the top off the mark with his calmness and of course I had my plan which was working throughout the game. Look we’ll take this win and enjoy tonight, it was a very good win on a tough wicket. It was nice to put the icing on the cake after the batsmen’s effort,” he mentioned.
KKR skipper Morgan was relieved man after the win.
“For Lockie to come in and perform in both phases was outstanding. We’ve been sort of striving to get wins out of the last couple of games, didn’t happen against Mumbai; today we were competitive,” he mentioned.
Talking about Andre Russell, who bowled the ultimate over and managed to tug the competition to the Super Over, Morgan mentioned,”Dre went off the sector, we thought he was injured. He got here again on and mentioned he may bowl.”
“I think he showed a lot of character to get us to the Super Over after not starting well. He’s a superstar player for us. Hopefully we an gather up some momentum after this.”
Losing skipper Warner was at a lack of phrases to elucidate his emotions.
“I don’t know where to start. At the end of the day, we probably leaked a few too many in the middle overs and at the back end. For us it’s about finishing games and we’ve failed the last 2-3 occasions,” he mentioned.
Warner mentioned he doesn’t suppose he made a wring name by asking KKR to bat first on this wicket.
“Not at all in two minds about bowling first. I thought this was a nice wicket that wouldn’t change and to be fair it didn’t. 165 was about par. We lost wickets at crucial times again. Kane had to open because he had a slight niggle with his adductor. Will need some physio work,” he mentioned.