IPL 2021
Harbhajan Singh Backs Kuldeep Yadav, Says Nothing Wrong With His Bowling
By SMCS - Apr 13, 2021 6:35 pm
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After securing a 10-run win against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday, Kolkata Knight Riders will play against Mumbai Indians on April 13 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai. However, their key bowler Kuldeep Yadav didn’t feature in the playing XI and he has been going through a tough time too with his form. However, Veteran spinner Harbhajan Singh backed him, saying that there’s nothing wrong with his bowling.

Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav

“When he entered the Indian team, no one taught him how to bowl. Whatever he did was his own merit reflecting in his bowling. The merit is still there and he has only gotten better with time,” he said. “There are times when you bowl good spells and yet you don’t get wickets. It happened with all the renowned bowlers. I don’t see anything wrong with Kuldeep. He has been a match-winner and I know he is going to come good for KKR and also Team India soon.

While talking about playing against his former franchise, Mumbai Indians, Harbhajan Singh said to KKR.in, “It’s been three-four years since I left Mumbai Indians. I was there with CSK for the last couple of years. But this season I am playing for Ami KKR, and I am going to do whatever I had been doing for MI and CSK, and even better to help KKR get the Cup. I am hoping this is my time to be in the purple form! So yeah, good to be in purple.”

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However, he made his debut for  KKR in their campaign opener against SunRisers Hyderabad where he bowled only one over. But he didn’t disappoint with that and involved himself more on the field and encouraged his teammates, and shared his vast experiences as well as tricks and tips.

“Whenever I see I need to chip in with my knowledge when it comes to talking to the spinners or even batters on how to play certain shots against spinner, I do talk to them and try to contribute whatever way I can. I want to give it all I have to the team so that they can be better at their own game,” Harbhajan Singh concluded.