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Indian Premier League 2010

Kings XI Punjab loss haunting us

If we are left with nothing, and our match against Mumbai Indians turns out to be a matter of statistical interest, we will still try to end on a happy note

Indian Premier League 2010

Painful to find ourselves in the current situation

We needed to win at least one of the two away matches to challenge for a place in the semifinals - any team that wants to do well in a tournament has to win the crunch games. That didn't happen for us

Indian Premier League 2010

We threw it away against Bangalore

We need to emerge at the earliest from the shadows of the last game. Chennai Super Kings have lost the last match, as we have, and whichever team re-groups first will call the shots in this game

Indian Premier League 2010

Two crucial games away from home

We have put ourselves in a situation whereby we will be in the running till the very end and need to push ourselves hard at this juncture

Indian Premier League 2010

Kolkata braced for upcoming knock-out phase

Our match against Delhi Daredevils becomes even more crucial in the context of the tournament. We have to win it to stay afloat

Indian Premier League 2010

Kolkata wary of a Punjab backlash

Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, draws confidence from the win against Deccan Chargers, but is not taking the under-fire Kings XI Punjab lightly

Indian Premier League 2010

Good win against Punjab, but no opportunity to relax

Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, on his side's clinical win against Kings XI Punjab and preparations for the match against Delhi Daredevils

Indian Premier League 2010

Cricket has a history of great turnarounds

Winning is not only a habit, it's also an attitude. Our fans are bound to run out of patience if we don't turn the table against Kings XI Punjab

Indian Premier League 2010

We hope Mumbai stays lucky for us

Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, analyses his side's defeat at Motera, and the challenges that lie ahead in Mumbai