CSK Head Coach Stephen Fleming Praises Bravo As A ‘Champion’

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Dwayne Bravo delivered an outstanding effort with the ball in Chennai Super Kings (CSK) match versus Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). The right-arm bowler handled four overs, offering only 17 runs and taking two wickets, The Head Coach of the CSK team, Stephen Fleming has spoken out about Bravo. Fleming noted that there is a certain strong competition for the spot of the pace bowling foreign all-rounder in the CSK team, with Sam Curran also in the equation.

Fleming described Bravo as a “champion,” saying that the CSK team is delighted with how Bravo has responded to the challenge for the “Men in Yellow.”

There is some good competition for that place with Sam Curran. Sam was excellent for us in the first part and Dwayne Bravo has come back now the champion he is. So there is some really good competition around that allrounder’s spot”.

We are really impressed with the way Bravo has responded to the challenge and he is back to his best. His bowling at the death has been outstanding,” said Stephen Fleming after the match.

Suresh is an experienced player who is earned to have leeway: Stephen Fleming 

Stephen Fleming also believes that Suresh Raina has a definite place in the CSK lineup and that the CSK player can expect to spend his time. Fleming ended by saying that the CSK team valued Raina’s expertise and that Raina’s play would improve as the competition continues.

We have a pretty clear role for him. He has got an optimal time. We want him to bat and we’ve afforded the luxury of a player coming and being aggressive. So, just getting the timing right without managing the batters. We value his experience and everything has got a part to play in the middle. It’s an area which can add strength”.

Suresh is an experienced player who is earned to have leeway and as the tournament goes on, his performance will improve. We have got an opportunity to manage workloads. We have afforded that luxury but we won’t be too experimental,” concluded Stephen Fleming.