Kolkata Knight Riders owner Shah Rukh Khan returned to India from South Africa Wednesday morning and the visibly upset Bollywood actor said that he won’t go back to cheer his team unless they win games in the second season of the IPL.
Speaking exclusively to TIMES NOW Shah Rukh mentioned that he won’t go back to South Africa unless his team starts winning. He said, “If they do well I will go back. I am feeling sad for the boys because there is a lot of talent in the team. There is a lot of hard work to be done.”
On the current skipper Brendon McCullum’s run in this season King Khan said, “Brendon McCullum is fantastic. I just think he needs to get cracking with the bat. He needs to get out this bad run and come back into form. But then I think he will get back and get out of it.”
Praising Sourav Ganguly’s performance in South Africa, he added, “As always Dada is doing fantastic and very well. But the team needs to click together so as soon as they do that then they will win.”
Knight Riders are having a lacklustre tournament so far with just one victory in their hands from 5 games. There have been talks of growing frustrations among the team members apart from a series of off-field controversies.