Delhi Capitals recently achieved a convincing win against the struggling and out of the form of Royal Challengers Bangalore on Sunday ahead of their next match against the Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens on Friday. Now the team has won a total of three matches out of the six in this season and has lost three. Talking about the same, the Capitals’ all-rounder Chris Morris said that he believes that their win in Bengaluru has raised the team’s spirit and they are looking forward to the challenging match against Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens on Friday.
It was a very pleasing performance from the boys yesterday said Morris
He went forth to say that this was a very pleasing performance from the team and win against the Royal Challengers Bangalore in their home ground. He said that the entire game was great and the bowlers have played quite impressively.
“It was a very pleasing performance from the boys yesterday. To go out and win against RCB was something the boys were preparing well towards. The performance throughout the whole game was great, and even though there was a slight hiccup towards the end, in our batting, it was very pleasing to register the win. I feel that our bowlers have been executing their plans pretty well and this win has surely brought back the confidence among the group,” said Morris.
I think all the bowlers have been doing their respective jobs very well said Morris
Chris Morris has taken a total of six wickets in the four matches he has played with an economy of 7.93. He has bowled a total of 36 dot balls and is better than the other overseas players like Rashid Khan, Jofra Archer, Kasigo Rabada and Imran Tahir.
“I think all the bowlers have been doing their respective jobs very well. I know that I have the responsibility of delivering for the team, especially in the middle overs and towards the end. You will always face tough times during a long tournament like this, but having confidence in your own abilities is something that helps you get through that phase and come out on top,” says Morris.