"We did not bat well tonight. It is good to defend a small total and we proved ourselves despite not doing well with the bat. We have got good fast bowlers and spinners in our team. Obviously, MS (Dhoni) and the entire team looked upto me to finish off the game and that is the way I prepare myself.
"These situations get the best out of me. I always keep my composure as I like these moments. There are few people in the world who actually cope with pressure," said Bravo at the post-match press conference last night.
Defending a modest target of 135, Bravo was given the ball in the final over with KKR requiring 17 runs to win. He bowled the first three balls without conceding a run, and that enabled the Super Kings to eke out a narrow win.
CSK were restricted to 134 for six but Bravo said more than his team's batsmen faltering, it was KKR bowlers who did a good job.
"There was no weakness and there were times when fast bowlers were doing well, we have got 200 runs and above. There are no weaknesses. Dwayne Smith and Brendon McCullum are best players in the world against short balls. We have to give credit to KKR bowlers,” said the caribbean all-rounder.
"I suppose we exposed them as well. It goes both ways. We are a humble team having very good players and respect each other. We did not blow out to post big total but it is important that we won the game," added Bravo.

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