According to his Royal Challenger Bangalore teammate and New Zealand Pacer Kyle Jamison, Corley is nervous and aggressive on the court, but he is friendly and enthusiastic off the court.
The lanky walker said the Indian captain was enthusiastic about victory.
“He is a cute guy. I played with him a few times and it was obvious that he was very fierce and fierce on the court. But outside the park, he was very friendly and enthusiastic,” Jamison said during the game. Buzz and Izzy Breakfast Show Podcast No radio.
“He also likes to win. He can do well on the court, but he is just passionate about being there and winning,” he added.
After making a huge impression on the international stage, the 26-year-old Jamison was bought by RCB at an auction for up to 150 million rupees.
Jamison said he was lucky to be able to participate in a competition like IPL, adding that he missed the experience of traveling through India due to the blockade.
“It’s nice to see how different people work. We have some good overseas players in our group. I’m very lucky to be able to participate in such a game. India was in a blockade when I was there. So we were almost in a bubble. I was kind of It’s a shame to miss that experience. Hopefully, once it happens, I can go back there and experience its real situation,” he added.
Due to the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in India and multiple infections in the IPL biological bubble, the second leg of the T20 League was suspended in May and is scheduled to be held in the UAE on September 19.
RCB scored 10 points in seven games, ranking third. It will play the second round of the Kolkata Cavaliers in Abu Dhabi on September 20.