Dubai. Royal Challengers Bangalore pacer Harshal Patel is not deterred by his denial of a place in the Indian team for the T20 World Cup despite consistent performances in the Indian Premier League and says selection is not in his hands. “I’ve never had any regrets,” he said. I have tried to take the best decisions from my side according to the time in my life. As far as selection is concerned, it is not in my hands.” He said, “Whether I play for club team or IPL team or for country or for Haryana, I want to contribute positively with bat and ball. I want.
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He said, “This is my goal and will be as long as I am playing cricket.” Harshal, who scored a hat-trick against Mumbai Indians, said, “I have taken the first hat-trick in my life. Haven’t even taken a school match yet. Came for a hat-trick for the sixth time in IPL and was successful for the first time.” He said, “I believe it will take time. I can’t express how I feel.” He said, “I am happy to be performing to the best of my ability. Talking about the team, we are not looking at the points table because doing so takes the focus off the process. It was necessary for us to come back like this after two losses.
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We want to continue to play like this.” Harshal described the wicket of Mumbai’s aggressive all-rounder Kieron Pollard as very satisfying. He said, “We also talked in the team meeting that a batsman like Pollard will not leave the ball going outside but he can miss if he bowls a yorker. I tried to dodge him and was successful.