After the much-needed victory against Mumbai Indians at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, Royal Challengers Bangalore seamer Umesh Yadav said that he wishes to improve himself with every game. The right-arm seamer, who took 2 wickets and gave away 29 runs in his 4 overs spell in the match, spoke to RCB’s bowling coach Ashish Nehra about his performance and said that he wishes to learn from his mistakes. “I can definitely improve myself because whenever you keep on performing in the middle, there is always a scope to do better. So I am trying to continue performing as I am doing and also learn from my mistakes and do better than before,” the 30-year-old said.
Yadav dismissed the in-form Suryakumar Yadav for just 9 runs and then also took the important wicket of Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma on the first ball, proving to be an asset for his side in the must-win encounter. The right-armer was also responsible for a crucial run-out of Jean-Paul Duminy who was looking good in the middle. Nehra questioned Yadav whether such a performance helps in building his confidence.