The RCB pair blasted their side to a massive 248/3 against the Gujarat Lions on Saturday. While Kohli scored a 55-ball 109, de Villiers remained not out on 129.
“You have to praise both of them. They got a hundred each. Virat has three hundreds now. But at the Eden it is a different wicket and an away match for them,” Yusuf told reporters at an event here.
“The conditions are also different, so they need to settle down once again which won’t be easy. We have been playing here so we have the home advantage. We will be concentrating on the positives.”
The Vadodara cricketer smashed a 18-ball 37 against Rising Pune Supergiants on Saturday at the Eden chasing 66 runs in nine overs. When he walked out to bat, KKR were in a spot of bother at 8/2. “I was not thinking about much, when I came out to bat.
I have been playing well this season so I was confident. Just wanted to play like how I have been playing and got the results,” Yusuf said.