Kolkata Knight Riders head coach Brendon McCullum hopes his team plays a brand of cricket, which gives people “something to look forward to in these difficult times”.
The second wave of COVID-19 has badly hit India and its impact has also been felt in the bio-bubble of IPL. “I know that people are out there struggling with what is going on at the moment in terms of the pandemic and the situation not just here in India but also abroad,” McCullum told KKR website, a day after it beat Punjab Kings by five wickets to snap its four-match losing streak.
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“We are going to do our best to try and play a brand of cricket and a style of cricket that gives those people back home something to look forward to, even if it is just for a three to four-hour period.
“We are in a privileged position, and we can give a little bit of hope even in these difficult times,” he…