Jaipur: He might be struggling for runs in the ongoing Indian Premier League, but Chennai Super Kings' batsman Murali Vijay feels that he has been batting well in the tournament, which according to the opener is more important than scoring runs.
"...you have to be consistent and I am just working on that. The main thing is that I am batting well and that is more important for me than getting runs. I know that if I keep hitting the ball well runs will come automatically," Vijay said after scoring his second half-century of the IPL 6 against Rajasthan Royals on Sunday.
Vijay, who has been picked up in the 15-member Indian squad for the upcoming Champions Trophy in England, has had a quiet season so far, scoring just 208 runs in the 11 games he played.