Shame that DC couldn’t make it to the finals: Mitchell Marsh: Delhi Capitals (DC) all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has lastly opened up on his crew’s outing within the Tata Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. The Aussie all-rounder feels that it’s a “shame” that Delhi misplaced its final league stage match to Mumbai Indians (MI) within the Wankhede Stadium.
Mumbai Indians (MI) defeated Delhi Capitals (DC) within the second final league stage match and helped Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) qualify for the playoffs rather than Delhi.
“It was a shame we couldn’t get into the (IPL) finals,” the 30-year-old mentioned forward of the three-match T20I collection in opposition to Sri Lanka, starting on June 7.
Australia is touring Sri Lanka for 5 matches One Day International Series.
Mitchell Marsh, initially, had a troublesome time within the IPL. The cricketer obtained contaminated with the coronavirus and needed to endure quarantine for a number of days earlier than he may step out to play for his franchise.
Soon after he recovered from the covid, he was entrusted with middle-order duties by the DC head coach Ricky Ponting.
The 30-year outdated amassed 270 runs within the Tata IPL 2022 for Delhi at a strike fee of 132.80.
“Everyone speaks about him (Ponting) so much and what he’s achieved in the game. But I got a real sense of how much he cares for his players – I guess that’s probably what he was like as a captain and a leader of a team,” he mentioned.
Marsh mentioned he felt “cursed” in India after he had a little bit of a shaky begin within the IPL 2022.
After my first couple of weeks, there I believed that I used to be cursed in India,” he mentioned.
“I got through my initial injury – which was very minor – but then to play one game and get COVID, it was a bit of a shaky start but once I got going it was nice to put a few consistent performances on the board. I absolutely loved my time there.”