Kolkata: May 10, 2012
West Indian mystery spinner Sunil Narine is unruffled by the fact that one day batsmen might sort him out, instead he just wants to concentrate on his own trade to make it even more sharper.
Narine has been the real catch for Kolkata Knight Riders in this season of the Indian Premier League, emerging as the leading wicket-taker for the franchise with 15 scalps from nine matches.
The West Indian played a key role in KKR's good showing in IPL V as the Shah Rukh Khan-owned team is virtually assured of a plce in the play-offs comfortably placed at the second position after 12 games.
"Batsmen will eventually sort me out, but I can only concentrate on my bowling and not take much pressure. I don't take any pressure. I just concentrate on bowling well," Narine told reporters on the sidelines of a promotional event in Kolkata on Monday.
Meanwhile, KKR speedster Brett Lee spoke about his 'Mewsic to Heal' endeavour in India that has been launched to help children especially from slums.
"Children from different areas and centres come to learn music and enjoy themselves. Children from slums come and enrich themselves," Lee said.
"It depends on the mood you are in. I listen to all kinds of music from rock to classical before playing a match." (PTI)