IPL 2020: Russell’s muscles train harder, shatters camera lens during net practice
First Published 22, Sep 2020, 1:16 PM
Andre Russell broke a camera lens during one of his net practice sessions with KKR. The power hitter will most likely play for KKR in their first match against MI on Wednesday at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all gearing up for their first match this IPL season.
They are to take on Mumbai Indians (MI) on Wednesday at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.
Meanwhile, the team is training well in the practice sessions and in the nets.
KKR’s main player, the game-changer, and the match-winner, Andre Russell, is seen practicing in his devastating form in the nets.
KKR took to their official Twitter account and shared a video, where the Jamaican cricketer shattered the camera glass while practicing his big shots.
The tweet captioned "Oh gosh! That’s SMASHED - wait for the last shot.. #MuscleRussell warming up to his devastating best! @Russell12A #KKRHaiTaiyaar #Dream11IPL"
The swashbuckling West Indies all-rounder was KKR's star performer with as many as 504 runs last season. Also, his medium pace gets the required break-throughs when needed.
Besides, this 32-year-old power-hitter performed exceptionally well in the recent CPL 2020. In eight innings he scored 222 runs, with three half-centuries in the process.