“I love the challenge of bowling in the death” – Obed McCoy

Gujarat Titans on Sunday won their maiden Indian Premier League title after beating Rajasthan Royals in the final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

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Needing 131 runs to win, GT chased down the target with seven wickets and 11 balls to spare.

Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 45 while David Miller also contributed with a 19-ball 32.

Runners-up Rajasthan Royals had been impressive in the IPL 2022 and Royals did have something to cheer about in the end.

their opener Jos Buttler, who finished as the leading run-scorer, took home almost every individual honour, which included handsome cash prize.

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Also In this IPL 2022 season, Obed McCoy had played a vital role in the team’s campaign With taking 11 wickets from 7 matches. Obed McCoy expressed that the plan was to stay focused in the match.

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But in first three games the pacer has been expensive with the ball. he conceded runs at an economy rate of 10.

Speaking about his comeback and his performance in the second qualifier, McCoy said at the mid-innings break,

“The plan was to stay a lot more focused, I know I am better than what I bowled in the previous matches.”

“So, it is just about going to the nets and working out on what I had to, on my run-up as well. I love the challenge (of death bowling) and that will make me better as a player going forward,” he also added.

Also Sussex has signed West Indies pacer Obed McCoy as their fifth overseas player for their T20 Blast campaign as a partial replacement for Rashid Khan.

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