IPL 2024: ‘I haven’t seen a lot of good death bowling, hence teams have been able to take advantage’, says Lance Klusener

Lucknow Super Giants’ assistant coach reckoned that overcomplication of variations has resulted in bowlers being taken for plenty, with the death-over economy rate rising to 12 rpo this edition.

Title: IPL 2024: ‘I haven’t seen a lot of good death bowling, hence teams have been able to take advantage’, says Lance Klusener

In a recent interview with Bharat Sports, Lucknow Super Giants’ assistant coach Lance Klusener expressed concerns about the quality of death bowling in the ongoing IPL 2024 season. Klusener pointed out that the lack of effective death bowling has allowed teams to capitalize and score freely in the crucial final overs.

According to Klusener, the overcomplication of variations by bowlers has played a significant role in the rising death-over economy rate, which has reached a staggering 12 runs per over in this edition of the IPL. He emphasized the need for bowlers to focus on executing simple, effective plans under pressure, rather than attempting to outsmart the batsmen with unnecessary variations.

Klusener’s assessment sheds light on the importance of mastering the basics of death bowling in T20 cricket. As teams look to gain an edge in the competition, the ability to deliver under pressure in the final overs could prove to be a decisive factor in determining the outcome of matches.

Stay tuned to Bharat Sports for more insights and analysis on the IPL 2024 season.

Tags: IPL 2024, Lance Klusener, Lucknow Super Giants, death bowling, T20 cricket, cricket analysis.


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