Indian Premier League 2020, Kolkata Knight Riders vs Mumbai Indians: Andre Russell strikes a fierce knock in the nets for KKR’s IPL openers. The clock
IPL 2020, KKR vs MI: Andre Russell scored 510 runs at 56.66 and hit the ball at 204.81 in IPL 2019.© Kolkata Knight Riders / Twitter
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) started the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 campaign against Mumbai Indians on Wednesday and Andre Russell, KKR’s big hitter, netted for the net by practicing a wide range of IPL openers. Hunted down. KKR posted a video on social media showing that Russell has done net practice and hit balls in all directions. Russell’s last hit broke a glass screen. “Oh my God! He’s ashamed – wait for the last shot .. #MuscleRussell warming to his disastrous best!” Is how KKR captioned the video.
Oh God! He’s embarrassed – wait for the last shot ..#MuscleRussell Warming up to her devastating best!
– Kolkata Knight Riders (@KKRiders) September 21, 2020
Russell arrived in the UAE after playing in the Caribbean Premier League and has some cricket behind him.
This could be beneficial for KKR as will the presence of Tom Banton and Pat Cummins, all of whom have played cricket as the COVID-19 crisis has brought all cricket to a standstill and hence it is lower than others Can be harsh.
Russell is one of the most destructive strikers in the IPL, scoring a strike rate of 186.41 and an average of 33.33 in an IPL career in eight years.
He scored 56.66 in IPL 2019 at a score of 20.6.81 and hit the ball at 204.81, indicating this value for the Dinesh Karthik-led team.
Apart from scoring all the runs, he also took 11 wickets and double-up as the sixth bowler.
KKR failed to make it to the playoffs last season. He finished fifth after winning six and losing eight of 14 matches.
He made his campaign debut against defending champions Mumbai, who lost their IPL opener Chennai last Saturday.