Quinton de Kock said this about the pitch after becoming MOM

IPL 2022 In the 15th match of the match against Delhi Capitals, Quinton de Kock’s bat roared fiercely. He gave a tremendous start to his franchise Lucknow Super Giants by playing an innings of 80 runs in this match. For this special innings, he has been awarded the Man of the Match award. This innings of Quinton de Kock came at a time when KL and Lewis had returned to the pavilion. After the victory against Delhi Capitals, he also tells you about what he has said about his innings.

African batsman played a brilliant role in Lucknow’s victory

  Quinton de Kock Innings vs DC

In fact, Lucknow Super Giants, chasing the target of 150 runs from Delhi Capitals, needed a great start and this start was given to the team by Quinton de Kock along with KL Rahul. There was a partnership of 73 runs for the first wicket between KL Rahul and the African batsman. There was a great coordination between the two batsmen and as a result of this, the match kept going in Delhi’s favor in the end.

However, after struggling a lot, Kuldeep Yadav gave the team the first break through in the 10th over. But, Quinton de Kock remained frozen from one end. Even though he could not stay on the crease to win the team till the end. But, playing a quick innings of 80, he lightened the burden of scoring runs from the heads of the rest of the players.

Man of the Match Quinton de Kock gave a big reaction

  Quinton de Kock Man Of The Match Today  Quinton de Kock Man Of The Match Today

After playing a tremendous innings of 80 runs, Quinton de Kock got 2 advantages. With this wonderful innings, he has made a great entry in the race for the Orange Cap and has occupied the second position directly. With this, after the end of the match, he was also awarded the man of the match award. Talking about the match presentation after this special honor, de Kock said,

“It was just a matter of reacting to what is playing out in front of you. It was a chaseable score. You want to get off to a good start in the powerplays and we don’t want to go too far in the chase. It was important to keep the wicket in hand.

Prithvi made it easy, for me I also thought it was a slow surface and the ball was gripping. Had we been chasing 180, it would have been difficult but, thanks to our bowlers.