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I know I am paid to slog : Chris Morris

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Mumbai , 15 Apr 2021

A few days after he was denied strike on the last ball of the match against Punjab Kings as his captain Sanju Samson thought he won't be able to clear the boundary, Rajasthan Royals (RR) all-rounder Chris Morris proved he is no muck with the bat as he led RR to a fascinating three-wicket win over Delhi Capitals.Morris, who hit an unbeaten 18-ball 36 laden with four sixes, however said he had no regrets on being denied strike although his reaction in Monday's match after being sent back by Samson was one of bemusement and a sarcastic smile."I was going to run back no matter what to sacrifice because Sanju was hitting it so sweetly. Sanju was hitting it like a dream, I wouldn't have been too upset if he had hit the last ball for a six," said Morris about the incident in Monday's game.Morris, who was bought for Rs 16.25 crore at the IPL mini-auction, said that he knows he is being paid to hit big."There are guys who get paid to bat and there are guys who get paid to slog, I know what I am. I am a slogger that swings everything I can, I play so much golf," he added.RR had earlier restricted DC to 147/8 in 20 overs and the right-handed batsman and right-arm bowler from South Africa said that he would have taken that target before the start of the match."If we had to chase 140-odd when we got here, we would have taken it, so happy to get over the line...it's quite nice to know that we can win a game from anywhere after being down in the dumps. That's T20 cricket," he added.

 

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