Mumbai Indians will likely be locking horns with the Punjab Kings in Match 23 of IPL 2022 on the Maharashtra Cricket Affiliation Stadium in Pune on April 13. MI and PBKS head into this contest having misplaced their respective earlier encounters to the Royal Challengers Bangalore and Gujarat Titans respectively.
In the meantime, one of many gamers can be desperate to show a degree towards his former franchise on the sphere. The participant within the dialogue is leggie Rahul Chahar. The promising leg-spinner, who was as soon as an integral member of the MI squad, is now part of PBKS camp and he has some particular plans for MI batters.
I’ll positively attempt to give my hundred % as at all times: Rahul Chahar
“I’ll positively attempt to give my hundred % as at all times. Primarily, there are two or three batters who’re difficult to bowl towards that I’ve my eye on. Suryakumar Yadav, as an illustration, is in nice kind. Rohit, too, is a high batter,” Chahar mentioned as quoted by PBKS on their official web site.
“I’m getting ready effectively for them and looking out ahead to bowling to them,” a thrilled Chahar mentioned. “I’m additionally making particular plans for all of those guys, let’s see the way it goes,” he added.
On the identical time, the youthful of the Chahar cousins additionally made it clear that there can be no friendships on the cricket area, and for him, the MI gamers, who have been as soon as his teammates, can be rivals as soon as the sport begins.
“From childhood, I’ve performed towards my brother. It doesn’t matter if he’s in entrance of me or anyone else. My job is to make my crew win, and I’ll do no matter it takes to get that consequence,” Rahul Chahar mentioned.
Rahul Chahar was one of many key performers for the Mumbai Indians for a number of years and was additionally a member of their back-to-back triumphs within the 2019 and 2020 editions respectively. Nonetheless, he was not retained by them months earlier than the IPL 2022 mega public sale. PBKS subsequently secured his companies for INR 5.25 crore.