IPL 2020: Chris Morris, the 10 Cr salary man is coming back for RCB against Chennai Super Kings

IPL 2020: Chris Morris is coming back for RCB against Chennai Super Kings: Virat Kohli and Royal Challengers Bangalore has been missing an experienced death bowler this IPL 2020. Kohli after defeat to Delhi Capitals on Monday conceded that the execution with the ball at the death wasn’t up to the mark in their hammering in Dubai.

The good news for Kohli and RCB is that South African all-rounder Chris Morris is ready to make a comeback against Chennai Super Kings. RCB has spent whooping 10 Cr and they are looking for Morris to hit the deck as soon as possible.

“The execution with the ball towards the end could have been better against Delhi Capitals”, Kohli said after the match.

“Chris Morris was really close to playing today as well but couldn’t make it. We have four days before the next game, once he comes back into the squad it is a different balance altogether”, declared RCB captain.

Nonetheless, with RCB still at the 3rd spot, having won 3 of their 5 matches so far in the season. Kohli believes Morris, will add to the balance of the side once available for selection. RCB have a 5-day break to reassess things and come out stronger as they next face Chennai Super Kings on Saturday, October 10.

“The good thing is we have won three out of five, we have lost two where we haven’t played good cricket, so I think it is about rectifying those small mistakes, with Morris getting fit in, we will have more balance” Kohli said.

IPL 2020 : Virat Kohli rues RCB’s butterfingers, ‘dropped catches again proved costly’

Another where Kohli wants to improve is catching which again proved costly for RCB against Delhi Capitals. All-rounder Marcus Stoinis was dropped on 30 by Yuzvendra Chahal, after which he went on to score a 26-ball 53 and power Delhi to 196 for four at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Kohli himself had dropped KL Rahul twice in RCB’s loss to Kings XI Punjab earlier in the tournament.

“Those important chances in between, we need to grab when the opportunity comes our way, it is not like we are dropping half chances, we are dropping sitters and those things hurt you,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation ceremony.

“We got into the game after the first six and then Stoinis batted really well in the end, we gave him a life, he took the game away from us,” he added.

RCB will next play CSK on October 10th. Be ready for Kohli vs Dhoni clash.