KKR Star Angkrish Raghuvanshi’s candid conversation with Harsha Bhogle is pure innocence. Videos

The Indian Premier League (IPL) unearthed another gem in the form of Angkrish Raghuvanshi in the 2024 campaign as Kolkata Knight Riders beat Delhi Capitals by 106 runs on Wednesday. The 18-year-old batter played 54 runs off 27 balls at a strike rate of 200. He smashed 5 fours and 3 sixes. While Raghuvanshi’s innings was full of boundaries, it was his conversation with commentator Harsha Bhogle during the mid-innings break that also entertained the fans.

With an innocent smile on his face, Raghuvanshi started the conversation by expressing how excited he was to talk to Harsha, who also responded by saying that it was exciting for him to watch the young KKR star bat.

“I just wanted to watch the ball and react. I had been working in the nets for the last few weeks, I was just having fun watching Sunil play. After watching the SRH match, nothing is a winner, we will have to play well. Bowl in the right channels and force them to make mistakes,” Raghuvanshi said after the match. But the conversation was not as cut and dry as the young batter found himself in the spotlight after a fiery half-century.

Raghuvanshi was also sent by the KKR management to speak to the media in the post-match press conference. There, he said it was “fun” to play a nail-biting knock against the Delhi Capitals.

He added that the Kolkata-based franchise scored two runs against Delhi Capitals, and that’s what matters.

“It was fun. I took the batting pretty well… It’s good to go into the tournament with a fifty. But more importantly, three wins in three games. The team is thinking about the next game. It’s not personal, it’s just how we can win games for our team. We got the two points, that’s all that matters,” Raghuvanshi said in the post-press conference. match.

To sum up the match, KKR’s target of 273 proved too high for DC as they gave in to pressure and ended up suffering a 106-run defeat.

The pace duo of Mitchell Starc and Vaibhav Arora bagged two wickets each to reduce DC to 33/4 in the powerplay.

These early knocks derailed DC’s approach to reaching the massive total, which became more difficult with each delivery.

With ANI inputs

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