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IPL 2020: DC in ‘ Bit Of a Concern’ After Loss to KKR, Says Kagiso Rabada

Rabada has picked up 23 wickets so far in the season. (Photo Credit: IPL)

Delhi Capitals were thrashed by Kolkata Knight Riders by 59 runs in their last match in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. It was KKR’s first loss after two consecutive losses. his win gets therm to 12 points as they still stay in the top four of the IPL 2020 points table. Meanwhile, this was Delhi’s second loss on the bounce after having a great start to their season. They now have lost against SRH, MI, KXIP and KKR. Meanwhile, DC pace spearhead Kagiso Rabada has said that there is a bit of a concern in the camp after their loss against KKR.

Delhi are second on the points table with 14 points, but still, need a win out of ther remaining three games to guarantee themselves of a place in the playoffs.

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DC in a Bit of Concern-Kagiso Rabada

Kagiso Rabada admitted that the loss was a bit of concern after the kind of start they had to the tournament.

“When you lose it is a bit of a concern. We started the tournament really well and set us up really nicely. We need to win one more game. We are looking to win at least two of the three remaining games but we need one more win to get into qualifying” said Rabada.

He felt that they let the game slip away after their good start against KKR. They had limited KKR to 44 for 3 in the first seven overs. However, a 115-run stand between Nitish Rana and Sunil Narine took the game away from them. Nitish Rana made 81 off 53 while Sunil Narine smashed 64 off 32 as KKR scored 150 runs in their last 12 overs. Thereon, they were not able to come back into the game.

“After the good start we had, we let it slip away a little bit. It can happen to anyone. It just wasn’t our day. We weren’t complacent. The teams here are of real quality and you can’t take your foot off the gas. These things happen. We’ve played enough cricket to know where we have gone wrong.” said the leading wicket-taker of the season so far.

Delhi capitals have three more games to go in the league stage. Two out of their three games are against Mumbai Indians (October 31) and RCB (November 02). They play SRH before these two games on Tuesday (October 27).

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