South African all-rounder Chris Morris thought about youthful Indian batsman Devdutt Padikkal’s style of batting to that of the unbelievable Matthew Hayden. Morris and Padikkal are as of now an aspect of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the 2020 release of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Devdutt Padikkal went to the front after he performed splendidly in the 2019-20 version of the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy. The Challengers gave him his lady IPL cap this year in the wake of getting him in the sale for the 2019 release. Talking on him, Morris said that Devdutt Padikkal has a method like Hayden.
Devdutt Padikkal has certainly got something, says Morris
“Devdutt Padikkal, batting with Aaron Finch, he has been extraordinary. He has a comparable monumental method of batting like Matthew Hayden. Clearly, he lacks the size of Hayden. Hayden has a colossal chest. In any case, he unquestionably, has a comparative procedure and hits the cricket ball.
“The manner in which he proceeds onward the field, the manner in which he behaves constantly. You take a gander at him, he has unquestionably got something,” Morris was cited as saying in an online media cooperation on Friday, October 23.
In 10 matches, Devdutt Padikkal has 321 runs at a normal and strike-pace of 32.10 and 134.41 individually. The southpaw likewise has three half-hundreds of years to show for his endeavors and has been one reason behind RCB’s good run so far in the association stage.
Morris missed the principal half of the competition because of a side strain. In any case, in the wake of making the eleven, the speedster has nine wickets from five games at an economy of five runs for each finished. According to the pacer, the break because of the COVID-19 pandemic helped him restore himself, both genuinely and intellectually.
“The break (because of COVID-19) was truly decent both for the body and mental newness. Great to play again and it is only a ton of lucidity and how the execution should be,” he expressed.
Morris additionally thought that it was difficult to comprehend why a bowler like Navdeep Saini didn’t get an opportunity while being in the Delhi Capitals (DC) “What has dazzled me about the Indian pacers is the measure of work they put in. They bowl and bowl and bowl,” he included.