Champions League Twenty20: Keiron Pollard Wants Mumbai Indians to Field Better

Mumbai Indians defeated Southern Express by nine wickets in their second qualifying match of Champions League Twenty20. Kieron Pollard though took a stern view of the fielding lapses.

updated: September 15, 2014 13:23 IST
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Mumbai Indians' Pragyan Ojha drops a catch during his team's match against Southern Express.


Raipur: Mumbai Indians might have won a one-sided battle against Sri Lankan outfit Southern Express but skipper Kieron Pollard said that the players need to improve their fielding if they want to enter the Champions League Twenty20 main draw starting September 17. (Match Highlights | Scorecard)

Mumbai thrashed the Jehan Mubarak-led side by 9 wickets here on Sunday but were all over the place in the field as they dropped catches, missed a stumping and displayed poor ground fielding after they elected to bowl first.

"We need to improve our fielders, If we field like that against better teams, they're going to kill us. We made it hard for ourselves by giving them 160. It could have easily been 120," said Pollard after the win. (Complete CLT20 coverage)

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