Bharat making his chances count
The Morning Standard|October 10, 2021
IN the first half of IPL 2021, KS Bharat was primarily a bench warmer, waiting for his opportunity to showcase his skills. But, it never came. Few months down the line, the Andhra man has been a regular feature in the Royal Challengers Bangalore batting department.
ASHIM SUNAM

The 28-year-old reserved his best for the last group game against Delhi Capitals, scoring an unbeaten 78, including a match-winning last-ball six. That innings alone has been worth his base price of ₹20 lakh, the amount Bangalore paid to sign him.

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