new Delhi: At this time the whole world is covered with the glory of IPL. It is everyone’s dream to play in IPL. Players get both money and fame by playing here. Now a star cricketer from Australia will join the Delhi Capitals team in the middle of the IPL.
This player will join IPL
Australia’s star all-rounder Mitchell Marsh has been ruled out of the ongoing ODI series against Pakistan. He suffered an injury before the one-day match, due to which he could not play in the first ODI in Lahore on Tuesday, in which Australia won by 88 runs, but will now join Delhi Capitals in the IPL. Delhi had bought Mitchell Marsh for Rs 6.5 crore in the IPL auction last month. Marsh had suffered an injury earlier, but he was not associated with the IPL. Now suddenly he has decided to join IPL.
Delhi Capitals open luck
Delhi Capitals had bought 7 foreign players in the IPL Mega Auction, out of which most of the players have not been able to join the Delhi team due to the series being played for their country. Now with the addition of Marsh, his team will get strength in batting and bowling. He will continue the process of recovery from the injury while staying in India.
Cricket Australia released statement
Cricket Australia said in a statement on Wednesday, ‘Mitchell Marsh will travel to India to join the Delhi Capitals team where he will complete the quarantine.’ At the same time, Mitchell Marsh has said that Pakistan is sad to not play in the series, but is trying to rejoin the Australian team on the next tour. Earlier, Mitchell Marsh was not going to participate in the first three matches of Delhi Capitals in the IPL, as he was part of the Australian team in the ODI series against Pakistan.
Have won T20 World Cup
Mitchell Marsh was bought by Delhi Capitals in the auction for Rs 6.50 crore. Marsh is a great all-rounder of T20, he has played 21 matches in IPL, in which he has scored 225 runs at a strike rate of 114.21 and also took 20 wickets. Marsh has played 36 T20 matches for Australia in which his bat has scored 885 runs and has taken 15 wickets. Mitchell Marsh has won the T20 World Cup 2021 for the Australia team on his own.