The boys did very well on Friday night, against the Delhi Daredevils, and I have to say Suresh (Raina) was excellent, from the captaining point of view. The Delhi side has some of the best players in the world, like David Warner and AB de Villiers. It was a great challenge for Chennai, especially without our regular skipper Dhoni, and we passed it with flying colours.
It was hard work for Suresh but he was calm and composed. He is definitely future captain material, and this is part of what the IPL is about: to help develop the Indian players, and if we can do that, then it’s another feather in Chennai’s cap.
We hope to carry this momentum into Sunday’s match, against King’s XI Punjab. We have not lost a game to them in the IPL, and they are not having the best of starts to this year’s campaign either, losing all three of the matches they have played so far. That, however, is no reason to take them lightly, and we won't.
A team that is on a losing streak is desperate and moreRead More »from Form can change in a shot