Rinku Singh of Kolkata took Yash Dayal to the cleaners on Sunday towards Gujarat Titans. Dayal, who was a shiny spot in GT’s championship-winning marketing campaign the earlier yr, was devastated after being overwhelmed by Rinku Singh, who helped KKR chase down 29 runs within the final over.
Mohit Sharma took his place in GT’s subsequent recreation towards the Punjab Kings. The seasoned Indian bowler made his IPL comeback with a 2 for 18 efficiency and was named Participant of the Match. Tewatia, nonetheless, promised a robust comeback for Dayal.
Rahul Tewatia is expert at managing stress within the ultimate over. No one has had a better success charge within the final three years than Tewatia relating to last-over finishes. He was presumably the perfect individual to strategy teammate Yash Dayal after Rinku Singh of the Kolkata Knight Riders hammered him for 5 consecutive sixes within the ultimate over of an IPL 2023 match. In spite of everything, Tewatia had given Punjab Kings pacer Sheldon Cottrell the identical therapy in the course of the IPL 2020, though within the 18th over.
Tewatia talks about Yash Dayal
“He was certainly one of our fundamental bowlers. We grew to become champion final season and he performed an enormous function in it. He bowled properly with the brand new ball as properly within the dying final yr,” Tewatia instructed the reporters.
“One match can’t change the actual fact of what he has achieved for us. I don’t assume anybody within the staff has given him any sympathy,” he added.
“I instructed him, ‘One match has gone dangerous. If you wish to go down then solely you’ll be able to hit the all-time low in any other case at GT nobody will ever make you’re feeling dangerous about it. Hold working towards and execute what didn’t occur that day and wait in your probability. That is the worst, you’ll be able to’t go any decrease than this,” he stated.
Tewatia has been a revelation for Gujarat for the reason that final yr. He would look to complete video games for his facet and assist them win the title for second consecutive time.