KKR vs SRH: Watch – Andre Russell’s ‘calm baby’ dance as Rahmanullah Gurbaz takes a stunner to send Abdul Samad packing

Andre Russell, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Abdul Samad

Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) all-rounder Andre Russell has taken a big step forward for his team in the ongoing final of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024 against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH). The match between the teams will take place at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Kolkata Knight Riders have ridden the Sunrisers Hyderabad with the ball in the ongoing final of IPL 2024. Almost every ball has contributed to the wicket and put their team on top of the big game, ensuring that the team one approaches. one step closer to the trophy.

Andre Russell has also made sure to contribute to his team and play a crucial role for his team in the grand final. The all-rounder has contributed with wickets at crucial moments and this not only helped the team but made them happy and elated at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

This was evident when Andre Russell removed Abdul Samad, who came in as an impact player for Sunrisers Hyderabad. The fast bowler removed the batsman in the 13th over and put his team in a dominant position at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Andre Russell threw a full toss from outside. The ball did not live long but Abdul Samad played it well away from the body. He caught up and pushed as the ball flew off the outside edge and Rahmanaullah Gurbaz made a brilliant diving catch to the right of him to take it..

After that, Andre Russell caught the attention of many with his celebration. He performed the famous “Baby Calm Down” dance step as Kolkata Knight Riders dismissed the opponent’s seventh wicket for just 77 runs at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

Here is the video:

Abdul Samad could not make an impact with the bat as he scored only 4 runs off 4 balls with the bat. After getting out, Heinrich Klassen was the only batsman left for Sunrisers Hyderabad but he too could not make an impact as he perished for 16 runs off 17 balls.

We have to do it with the same intelligence – Andre Russell

Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder Andre Russell, ahead of the final, spoke about the challenge of playing in a grand final in Chennai. He said they must be smart in the game. He said:

“I think Chennai is a big ground, a bit of a strange condition, you don’t know what to expect. The last time we played there against Chennai, the wicket looked good. I didn’t expect the wicket to play the way it did,”

“We have to do it as smartly as possible, taking one game at a time. I think when the time comes, we have been adapting well as a bowling unit. If the wicket is a little slow, we can use the power cutters, but not too predictable,” He concluded.