New Delhi: One credit goes to Kolkata spinner Sunil Naren for snatching the match of the hands of Kings XI Punjab. Naren returned to Kolkata's match with the wickets of Nicholas Puran and Mandeep Singh in the death overs. However, there was a thought in Naren's mind that he lost the match when he was given the last ball by Maxwell. Naren Punjab needed six runs for the tie. The way Maxwell shot - I think it's six. But this did not happen.
Naren said - During the match I wanted to bowl wide or get as close as possible. At the same time, on bowling in the death over, he said - it is not ideal, but it is something that someone has to do. I will do as good as I can, this is something I am still looking at, if it comes through well then it is good for the team and hopefully - we will get many more wins.
At the same time, while talking on the pitch, Naren said - The pitch was slower than before, there was also some greenery. Veins were moving. It doesn't feel like I'm under any pressure. Bowling in death overs is tough but it has to be done by one or the other. Today I did it, tomorrow someone else will do it.