New Delhi: Following Yuvraj Singh’s criticism of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) for releasing Australian batsman Chris Lynn for subsequent 12 months’s version of the Indian Premier League, franchise CEO Venky Mysore has come out with a cheeky response to the previous Indian all-rounder.
Mysore stated on Tuesday that KKR launched Lynn in order that they will bid for Yuvraj within the IPL 2020 auctions. “Yuvraj Singh, we released Chris Lynn so that we could bid for you! Love and respect for both of you champions,” the KKR CEO tweeted.
On Monday, Lynn smashed 91 off 30 balls taking part in for the Maratha Arabians within the Abu Dhabi T10 league, shattering the report for the very best particular person rating in T10 cricket beforehand held by England’s Alex Hales (87 off 32 balls).
Following this, Yuvraj stated KKR’s resolution to launch Lynn was a “bad call” and joked that he would possibly drop the franchise’s co-owner Shah Rukh Khan a message on that.
In the meantime, Lynn pressured that he doesn’t maintain any exhausting emotions for KKR. “I have got a really good relationship with the KKR owners, support staff, head coach. There are no hard feelings there at all. More important is keeping those relationships nice and strong,” Lynn stated.
The 29-year-old identified that there are gamers twice pretty much as good as him who have been launched by IPL franchises, due to this fact he’s not upset with KKR who he feels are determined to win their third crown.
Lynn has performed 41 IPL matches for KKR during which he has scored 1280 runs at a strike price above 140. The Australian batter will now be obtainable for the public sale for IPL 2020 scheduled to be held on December 20 in Kolkata.