Chakravarthy’s 3/27 helped KKR defend their 200/5, with hosts RCB ending with 179/8 in run-chase.
“I have worked more on my accuracy rather than working on different variations. Another aspect I was working on was revolutions on the ball. I was working with AC Prathiban. He’s my spin coach back in Chennai, so it definitely worked,” Chakravarthy mentioned on the post-match press convention.
“Greater than that, ways, no matter Abhishek Nayar (KKR assistant coach) tells, it all the time works for me. They each have performed an excellent position in my comeback.”
Chakravarthy, who was a part of India’s disappointing marketing campaign within the T20 World Cup within the UAE, had a forgettable IPL final 12 months when he took solely six wickets in 11 video games.
Chakravarthy, who had the essential wickets of Glenn Maxwell, Mahipal Lomror and Dinesh Karthik, mentioned he had ready nicely for the match towards RCB by watching movies of earlier match towards the Bengaluru aspect.
“It’s a very challenging ground. We had our own plans. We made sure that we have separate meetings just to bowl on this ground (Chinnaswamy). It worked out today,” he said.
“I did watch videos of previous matches when I played against RCB. I could see technical aspects of their batsmen, where they were targeting. I was focusing on that,” said Chakravarthy who is in top four among most wicket takers this season so far with 13 scalps from eight matches.
“You have to be confident in every ball you bowl and even if you slip in your confidence, the effort is not going translate in your bowling.”
Chakravarthy heaped praise on fellow leg-spinner Suyash Sharma, who had figures of 2/30 on Wednesday, and said that he could play for the national side.
“Suyash Sharma has come into the team and I could say that he’s a guy for the future for the country. He is an amazing talent. I wish he can understand the level of cricket we are playing and he can fast track his way to the national side,” he mentioned.
KKR subsequent tackle defending champions Gujarat Titans at dwelling on April 29.
(With company inputs)