Gujarat Titans Stand In Skipper Rashid Khan said We Were Capable of Chasing 90 Runs in Last 7 Overs


The new IPL team Gujarat Titans is not taking the name of stopping. The team registered its fifth win in six matches by defeating defending champions Chennai Super Kings by three wickets on Sunday. His regular captain Hardik Pandya was not playing for Gujarat in this match and Rashid Khan captained the team in his place. Rashid also played a captaincy innings in the match. He scored 40 runs in just 21 balls with the help of two fours and three sixes. He scored a total of 25 runs including three sixes in the over of Chris Jordan, which proved to be the game changer over of the match. Rashid, who played his first as a captain in the IPL, has now described this victory as a memorable one.

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Leg-spinner Rashid said after the match, ‘It is a memorable win. My debut was captaincy, I did well in batting too, it felt good. We wanted to take the match to the end, needed 90 runs in the last seven overs so we knew we could win this match. Our team has the capability and we did it.

Regarding his batting, he said, ‘There was talk against this team that one batsman is less, but I was batting well, the team reposed faith in me and I am happy that I contributed with the bat too. I was talking to Miller about hitting the ball fast. I wanted to take the responsibility while bowling Jordan, I was thinking that even if 20 runs come in this over, then we can win the match.

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Rashid’s captaincy innings

Rashid, who was captaining for the first time in the IPL, played a match turning innings of 40 runs in 21 balls. In the 18th over bowled by Jordan, Rashid made the match completely in Gujarat’s court with three sixes and a four. Rashid hit two fours and three sixes in 21 balls. At the same time, Miller hit eight fours and six sixes in 51 balls and played an unbeaten innings of 94 runs. On the strength of his innings, Gujarat registered their fifth win in six matches by scoring 52 runs in the last four overs.

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