Days earlier, Lynn was among the 13 players released by KKR?ahead of the auction on December 19 in Kolkata. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) released hard-hitting batsman from Australia Chris Lynn and the cricketer reacted for the first time after being left out of the side.
Lynn was an integral part of the KKR set-up and scored runs consistently in the last three seasons.
"So to get 138 on that wicket was a really good job".
After his superb knock, Lynn told India Today that he has no hard feelings.
Lynn hoped a good outing at the T10 League will augur well for him ahead of the IPL auctions. There are no hard feeling there at all.
Explosive Australian batsman Chris Lynn has reinforced his reputation as one of the most fearsome strikers of a ball in world cricket by scoring the highest total in T10 cricket history. "More important is keeping those relationships nice and strong", Lynn said.
The 29-year old pointed out that there are players twice as good as him who were released by IPL franchises, therefore he is not upset with KKR who he feels are desperate to win their third crown.
"There are players twice as good as me that have been released from franchises so KKR want to win the tournament and that's the priority for (head coach) Brendon McCullum", he concluded."I am enjoying that for the next few years and then hopefully can get into coaching after practicing that side by side", he added.