Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)
Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)

Rowdy Indian pacer Kuldeep Sen picked four wickets against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Tuesday, 26 April in the Indian Premier League. Sen enlisted his best figures in the IPL this season against the Faf du Plessis drove side moving his side to the highest point of the points table.

Playing only his third game this season, the right arm showed his capacity to hit the hard length and concentrate a great deal of bounce at great speed.

Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)
Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)

Quite Close To Bowling 150Ks: Kuldeep Sen

While he isn’t exactly all around as fast as Umran Malik, however, has promised to reach 150ks this season. Addressing Riyan Parag, another Royals player that did very well in the RCB game, Kuldeep Sen said that he has been urged to bowl speedy by the team management and was sure of penetrating the 150 imprints soon enough.

Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)
Kuldeep Sen (Image Credits: IPL)

“150 is on the way but I am quite close to that. I get a lot of motivation to bowl quick,” Sen said.

Breaking down his display from the game, Kuldeep Sen uncovered that he and skipper Sanju Samson had a word with one another during the initial phase in the second innings when they concurred that it was a two-paced wicket and runs would be challenging to score.

“In the back of my mind, I knew that I had to hit the hard length, besides that there wasn’t a lot to be done here,” Kuldeep concluded on the matter.

Kuldeep Sen
Kuldeep Sen (Credits: Twitter)

The ongoing edition of the Indian Premier League has been an amazing chance for homegrown quick bowlers, who have had the option to feature their ability. The likes of Arshdeep Singh, Yash Dayal, Mukhesh Choudhary and Umran Malik have previously set up solid exhibitions and sooner or later will come in the retribution for the national team.

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