Delhi Capitals bought 34 years experienced fast bowler
Ricky Ponting once had a heated argument on the field, now together
new Delhi. Ahead of the mini auction to be held in Kochi for the next season of the Indian Premier League, the name of a player was discussed a lot. The career of the 6 feet tall bowler, who made his international debut for the Indian cricket team 15 years ago, is on the decline. Delhi Capitals have supported the sinking career of T20 in 2008. The team’s head coach Ricky Ponting, who once showed his eyes, was given a new lease of life by his own team.
Indian cricket’s experienced 34-year-old fast bowler Ishant Sharma’s T20 career can once again be back on track. His home team Delhi bought this player in the mini auction with a base price of just 50 lakhs. Earlier, he has lived with Delhi from 2019 to 2021 and will have a new innings with his team. After joining the team of Hyderabad Sunrisers, his career went downhill. No one had bought him in the last season.
Ponting was shown eyes
In the year 2007, Ishant started his international career with the Test series against Bangladesh. Young Ishant, who visited Australia, made Captain Ponting cry at home. Apart from troubling him with his pace and swing in every match of the series, he also showed his progress. In the enthusiasm of youth, Ishant had collided with Ponting then and now both will be together.
FIRST PUBLISHED : December 23, 2022, 18:38 IST