New Delhi: South African all-rounder Albie Morkel has failed to live-up to his expectations of being the next Lance Klusener. While his younger brother Morne has made rapid strides in internationals, Albie hopes that his exploits in the Indian Premier League (IPL) helps him establish himself in the Proteas Test side.
Albie's performance for defending champions Chennai Super Kings in Thursday night's last-ball thriller against Royal Challengers Bangalore has earned him enough plaudits.
The 30-year-old's 7-ball 28 helped Super Kings get an impossible 43 off the last two overs as they achieved a mammoth target of 206 runs. It was the second highest chase in IPL history.