Chennai Super Kings Confident of Maintaining Momentum, Says Ravindra Jadeja

Chennai Super Kings marked their return to India with a 34-run win over Kolkata Knight Riders in Ranchi. With five wins in six games, Chennai are currently second in the points table.

updated: May 03, 2014 14:39 IST
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Ranchi: On a roll after having registered their fifth straight victory, Ravindra Jadeja said Chennai Super Kings are confident of maintaining the winning momentum in the ongoing Indian Premier League. CSK defeated Kolkata Knight Riders by 34 runs here last night. (CSK vs KKR: As it happened)

"We played better in bowling, fielding and batting and would like to carry on the momentum in the league," Jadeja said in the post-match press conference. (Match Report | Points Table | Schedule)

Jadeja returned with impressive figures of 4/12 to leave KKR gasping for breath after Brendon McCullum laid the foundation with a sizzling half-century. Asked whether he would consider himself an allrounder after his performance with bat in the game, Jadeja said "Why only this game, I performed well (with the bat) in many matches earlier too. Personally, I feel I am doing something good for the team, and scoring runs in the last two-three overs was important as the wicket was turning and the only thing was to finish (with good runs)," Jadeja, who remained not out on 17, said. (Why Ranchi Pitch Surprised MS Dhoni)

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