Dinesh Karthik has evolved as a finisher: RCB point guard Siddarth Kaul backs veteran to do well for India
Senior pacer Siddarth Kaul backed Dinesh Karthik to continue his IPL 2022 form in the T20I 5-match series against South Africa, starting June 9.
Dinesh Karthik evolved as a finisher, says RCB’s Siddarth Kaul (Courtesy of BCCI/PTI)
- Dinesh Karthik was in imperious form for RCB in IPL 2022
- It was rewarded with an Indian order for T20Is from South Africa
- RCB finished 3rd after reaching the playoffs for the 3rd year in a row
India and Royal Challengers Bangalore point guard Siddarth Kaul has shed light on Dinesh Karthik’s role in the Indian Premier League with RCB, praising his development as a finisher in the most short of the game.
Dinesh Karthik, who had an unforgettable season with Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2021, has been released by the double champions. However, the Tamil Nadu wicket-striker returned to RCB after securing a Rs 5.5 crore deal at the mega auction.
Karthik repaid the confidence RCB had shown in him by scoring 330 points in 16 games at a staggering strike rate of over 180. The Faf du Plessis led team reached the play-offs and finished 3rd as RCB achieved a triple of seasons. where they made the round of 16.
Karthik was rewarded for his performances in the IPL as he managed to return to the senior national team for the first time in 3 years for the next 5-game T20I series against South Africa, starting on June 9.
“I heard Dinesh Karthik talking with the coach about how RCB and himself should accompany the preparation for the IPL. It showed the results and he evolved as a finisher and I hope he will also perform well for India,” Kaul said. Cricket Mahamanch’ a show made to analyze IPL on Koo App.
Meanwhile, Siddarth Kaul has said he is confident RCB can build on their strong run in IPL 2022 and give themselves a good shot at winning the trophy next year.
“We should enter the pitch with a positive attitude. We will definitely win the trophy in the coming season,” he said.
Kaul has been in a supporting role for most of the season and managed just one game, but the senior pacer said it was important that as professionals the players were ready to accept challenges. challenges.
“A bowler and a player must always believe in themselves, that’s the most important thing. We must learn to accept challenges, challenges make us better,” he added.