Indian Premier League: Eoin Morgan wants to help Andre Russell in KKR middle order
Eoin Morgan may well be “ice” for Andre Russell’s “fire” as the England World Cup-winning captain prepares to supplement the fireworks of the big-hit Jamaica when the Kolkata Knight Riders this edition of the Indian Premier League I land on the ground. One of the more reliable middle-order batsmen in limited-overs cricket, Morgan was bought at auction by KKR, as he relied heavily on Andre Russell as he lost a qualifier by a whisker in 2019.
Morgan said during a virtual media interaction, “I know that (Andre) Russell has played that role quite well for Kolkata for many years. He has done exceptionally well. Four times Team Hotel in Abu Dhabi on the eve of their match against the champions Mumbai Indians.
The KKR vice-captain further said that he is more experienced now and his batting is coming together really well.
“I think it’s been a few years since I played (at KKR). Just looking at batting, my game has really come a long way in the last three to four years. I would like to think that I have come a long way. Okay, “Morgan, who will return to the franchise after his tenure from 2011-2013, said.
In addition to Morgan, KKR also got their batting iron with compatriot Tom Banton, who became a sensation in the Big Bash League, while bowling also looks vivid with the addition of Australian world number one Pat Cummins.
Morgan said, “I think the team that we have gives us a better option, especially in batting and bowling. I think we have very versatile cricketers, especially by controlling the batting department. Can. “
Morgan said the pitches were more similar to the English conditions, with the seamers getting some hulls quickly.
“So far (three) games are seen, the wickets are similar to English conditions,” he said.
After the end of his last year, KKR also relaunched his coaching unit, making his former player and New Zealand great Brendon McCullum the head coach.
McCullum will team up with former Australian batsman David Hussey, who has been named as the main custodian and former Kiwi fast bowler Kyle Mills.
Morgan said he had a good game with the former New Zealand captain.
Morgan said, “We’ve been very good friends for many years. When it comes to sports we enjoy horse racing. We both really enjoy the experience.”