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Will hurt for some time: KL Rahul after KXIP out of IPL 2020

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Will hurt for some time: KL Rahul after KXIP out of IPL 2020

Will hurt for some time: KL Rahul after KXIP out of IPL 2020

Kings XI Punjab's chances for qualifying for play-offs of IPL 2020 were ended on November 01 after Chennai Super Kings, which is already out of the race for the play-offs, defeated the KL Rahul-led team by nine wickets at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.

Speaking on the loss, KXIP captain KL Rahul said the team gave itself a lot of chance to qualify for the play-offs, and they were hoping to get through.

Rahul added that this loss will hurt him for a "little while".

CSK easily chased the mediocre target of 153 with the help of a clinical innings by in-form opener Ruturaj Gaikwad who sailed his team with an unbeaten 62 off 49 balls.


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