Chris Lynn had been released by the Kolkata Knight Riders for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. The decision was made ahead of the closure of the transfer window on November 14, 2019. Now, the Australian player slammed 91 runs from 31 balls for the Maratha Arabians just after he was released from the franchisee-owned by Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla. He played a vital role in the victory of the team. But that hasn’t left a bad taste in the mouth of the cricketer and said that he isn’t very upset with the franchisee. Highest Score in T10 League: Chris Lynn Smashes 91 Runs Off 30 to Make Highest Individual Score Record As Maratha Arabians Defeat Team Abu Dhabi by 24 Runs
After winning the game, Lynn said that he has no hard feelings for the franchisee and it is more important to keep the relationships nice and strong. “I have got a really good relationship with the KKR owners, support staff, head coach. There are no hard feeling there at all. More important is keeping those relationships nice and strong,” said the 29-year-old as quoted by India Today. After his innings of 91 runs, Lynn went on to become the highest individual scorer of the T10 League.
He also mentioned that the players released by the franchisee were twice as good as him and there was no reason to feel bad about the same. According to him performing at the T10 League could help him at the auctions of the IPL 2020 which will take place in December in Kolkata.