Fresh from his whirlwind knock that sealed Mumbai Indians' improbable entry into the playoffs of IPL-7, Corey Anderson is hungry for more and hopes that "bigger and better things" await the defending champions in the knockout stage. (Rohit Sharma credits Mumbai Indians' consistency for miraculous turnaround)
The New Zealander smashed 95 off 44 balls to guide MI into the playoffs. Needing 190 to win against Rajasthan Royals, MI chased down the target in just 14.4 overs, enough to earn qualification after a wretched start that saw them lose their first five games. (This incredible win is for our fans: Rohit Sharma)
"It looks that way as of now and hopefully it stays like that. I haven't fully fulfilled what I probably should have done all this while and I only hope it is a start for bigger and better things to come," Anderson said. (Mumbai vs Chennai preview)
"It is an amazing feeling to see the crowd come and support us even when we were a bit down in the tournament. Hopefully, we will give them a lot more to cheer," he added.