Champions League Twenty20: Kings XI Punjab Looking Forward to Challenge, Says George Bailey

Kings XI Punjab finished runners-up in the 2014 edition of the Indian Premier League and entered the Champions League Twenty20 for the first time.

updated: September 15, 2014 14:20 IST
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The Kings XI Punjab are out to prove that their performance in the IPL was no flash in the pan when they compete in the CLT20.

Chandigarh: Runners-up in this year's IPL, Kings XI Punjab are looking forward to the upcoming Champions League Twenty20 challenge with skipper George Bailey today saying that the side is focused and well prepared for the games ahead.

When asked if the CLT20 tournament would be a fresh start for the team after it put up its best ever performance in the IPL reaching the finals, Bailey, said, "It is a new start, we take the good things out of IPL, what we learnt as a team and hopefully how much we grew, but I think we focus on the games ahead, it is very much a fresh start."

With KXIP hoping to break the IPL jinx of not winning the title, Bailey said, "It was a good IPL, but it wasn't the IPL that we wanted (not winning the title), so there's still a plenty of room for improvement."

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