MI vs KKR: “It’s not over until it’s over,” Brendon McCullum shares game plan against Mumbai Indians through a game of pool, check out

MI vs KKR: “It’s not over until it’s over,” Brendon McCullum shares game plan against Mumbai Indians through a game of pool
MI vs KKR: “It’s not over until it’s over,” Brendon McCullum shares game plan against Mumbai Indians through a game of pool

MI vs KKR: “It’s not over until it’s over,” Brendon McCullum shares game plan against Mumbai Indians through a game of pool, check out: The rejuvenated KKR will face off defending champions Mumbai Indians in Abu Dhabi tonight, and KKR’s head coach Brendon McCullum has a special game plan for the Rohit Sharma-led side. Having struggled in the first leg, Kolkata Knight Riders registered a dominating nine-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in their opening game of the second leg of the league and looked a completely different outfit.

In a video shared by Kolkata Knight Riders, the head coach Brendon McCullum can be seen demonstrating the game plan to his side through a game of pool. He asks, “Who is the best player of pool in the team”, and then picks up Sunil Narine to start the proceedings. In the video, McCullum describes the pool table as a cricket field and ‘Breaking the ball’ as the toss. He then shares different insights as the game proceeds and co-relates it with the actual game situation. Check out the video –

 

 

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Eoin Morgan-led Kolkata Knight Riders are sitting sixth in the league standings with just three wins in eight games and need 4 more wins out of their 6 remaining games to advance into the playoffs. Mumbai Indians, on the other hand, are sitting fourth in the table with 4 wins and 4 defeats in their 8 matches and need 4 wins out of their last 6 games to qualify for playoffs.

Also read IPL 2021: Big relief for struggling Mumbai Indians, ‘Rohit will play vs KKR’ declares Jayawardene

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