South African batsman David Miller did not have a great time in the season 12 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) as he only managed to score 213 runs in 10 games for the Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) at an average of 26.62.
The 29-year-old feels that his time in this year’s tournament was a decent one as he managed to score some runs for the side even though he did miss the opportunity of finishing games for the team on a couple of occasions.
“It’s been a decent year, they were one or two occasions where I should have closed down games. In the middle-order, your job is to finish games and it’s obviously disappointing when you can’t do that. I have contributed in a couple of games,” he said.
Moreover, Miller also said that IPL provides international players with a great opportunity to develop friendships with their counterparts from other countries, being the standout for him.