A video of hosts Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) practising before their next league match against Rajasthan Royals (RR).
RCB will aim to get back to winning ways after losing back-to-back matches when they take on RRat the Chinnaswamy stadium on Sunday.
Recalling that the previous match against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Thursday was a close one on a good wicket, the Sri Lankan legendary bowler Muttiah Muralitharan said though RCB scored well (205 runs), they lost the match in the last two overs when 43 runs were scored by CSK batters Albie Morkel and Dwayne Bravo.
"Unfortunately we lost the game in the last two overs as they (CSK) played very well. Our calculations went wrong. We thought we will pull it off but didn't happen that way. It was a learning experience," Muralitharan admitted before joining his team for practice in the nets at the adjacent national cricket academy's grounds under flood lights for their third encounter on home turf.
Asserting that no team was going to win all the matches (16) and are bound to lose some at the league level, Muralitharan said which ever team will have the momentum, will qualify for a slot in top four matches.