‘Whether we win or lose…’: Gujarat Titans’ Sai Kishore praises team culture under coach Ashish Nehra | Cricket News


New Delhi: Spinner of Gujarat Titans R Sai Kishore praised the head coach Ashish Nehra To establish a thriving team culture and the new captain said Shubman Gill Was not seen leading the team for the first time.
Left-arm spinner Sai Kishore produced a brilliant four-over spell in GT's six-run win over Mumbai Indians in the IPL opener on Sunday.
Kishore said in the post-match press conference, “Shubman led the team very well. It didn't seem like he was leading for the first time. Even for me as a spinner, he did what he did.” Gave input, they were fantastic.” GT scored 168/6 before restricting MI to 162 as the five-time champions looked to be heading towards victory.
“We felt like we were 10 short, but the thing about this whole team and the way it's been run over the last two years is that we put a lot of emphasis on competing. Whether we win or lose, we have to play our Proud of the way we play. We competed really well. (Head coach) Ashish Nehra said the same thing.
“All credit to him for the culture he has established over the last two years. People are not thinking about the result (alone), they are focused on competing and staying in the game.”
Sai Kishore also said that he was comfortable with the batsmen's play Rashid Khan And came behind him. He adjusted his pace and bowled the ball slower in the air.

“Since the wicket was two-paced, we tried to go inside the wicket more, rely more on our length rather than bowl straight yorkers.
“It resulted in a lot of wickets. It was aggressive bowling even when the situation would have been otherwise.”
“In other teams where I play I usually play the lead role. Playing the second role makes it even more exciting.
Sai Kishore said, “Most people will leave Rashid and follow me. It makes the challenge more exciting.”

Sai Kishore believed that dew would have a significant impact in determining the outcome.
“I was really expecting dew to play a major role. The ball was wet, but for some strange reason, the ball was still stuck on the wicket.
“Normally this goes on, but I was surprised by the amount of purchases I was getting.”
(With inputs from PTI)

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