Rajasthan Royals achieved a close victory against Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Thursday at the Wankhede Stadium.
"Had some hopes with Miller and Morris to come but to be really honest I thought that it was tough from there and I think the boys did really well to get over the line. It's about reading the conditions. Was a bit sticky to start with," said Sanju Samson, skipper of RR during the presentation.
"Hard lengths and mixing up with the variations was the key. That's also our strength - three left-armers. They are slightly different from the others so we can use them in a different way. We had a chat with Sakariya, he was very confident and very clear," he added.
Samson had denied the strike to Chris Morris in the first game as RR needed five runs off the final two balls against Punjab Kings. Samson then was dismissed on the final ball of the game and Punjab gained a victory by four runs.
Source: Sify with Agency Inputs