No point doing post-mortem straight away, PWI’s Skipper Sourav Ganguly

PWI skipper Sourav Ganguly 150x150 No point doing post mortem straight away, PWI’s Skipper Sourav GangulyThe Indian Premier League 2012 [IPL 2012] is very disappointing for the Pune Warriors India as well as skipper Sourav Ganguly.

But the PWI’s skipper Sourav Ganguly feels that any “post-mortem” about his team’s performance in the this season’s DLF IPL need not to be done right now.

While talking to media, the former Indian cricket team skipper, Ganguly said, “Any post-mortem that needs to be done should be done after some time. Right now, the boys need to get away from here and go back to their respective homes. It’s very hard for them too. They have selected to win matches and that hasn’t happened. It’s a new franchise and things will only get better from here on. We need to look at a lot of things like team selections.”

When asked about his future in the IPL, he said, “I haven’t thought about it.”

On the other hand, the Kolkata Knight Riders [KKR] skipper Gautam Gambhir told media that they had treated this match against PWI as a quarterfinal match.

He said, “We knew that this was a virtual quarter-final for us. Now we would like to win the next two matches and win the tournament. Finishing in the top two gives us two chances to qualify for the final which is a good thing.”

The man of the match award was given to Shakib Al Hasan for his all-round performance in the 70th match of the IPL 5 of KKR vs PWI. And he is very happy with his match winning performance.

Talking to media, Shakib said, “I had a good hit in the nets yesterday. I felt confident and the strip also suited my style of batting. It was like a wicket in Bangladesh.”

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