Delhi Capitals on Thursday shut down hypothesis over their captaincy job for the rest of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, beginning September 19. The owners themselves baffirmed that Rishabh Pant will lead the side in the UAE.
“JSW-GMR co-possessed Delhi Capitals today declared that Rishabh Pant will proceed as Captain for the rest of the #IPL2021 season,” Delhi Capitals said in an assertion.
Capitals Have Their Say:
Hypothesis was overflowing as Shreyas Iyer, their former skipper. He got back from a shoulder injury to join the Delhi Capitals camp in the UAE. Wicketkeeper-batsman Pant was the skipper before beginning of the IPL 2021 season in April. After Iyer experienced the shoulder injury during a limited overs series against England recently.
Delhi Capitals co-proprietor Parth Jindal on Thursday took to twitter to salute Rishabh Pant and said the captain and former captain Shreyas Iyer will cooperate to help the team at the end of the season games for the second successive time.
“Super excited for the remainder of season – very happy to have Shreyas Iyer back in the squad and fully fit – have no doubt that Rishabh and him together will continue the fantastic work done in the first half of the season – let’s bring home the title,” Jindal said.
Capitals Trust Pant:
Delhi Capitals had depended Rishabh Pant with captaincy. After the wicketkeeper-batsman had a fantastic run ahead of the pack up to IPL 2021. He was battling to discover a spot in the Indian team. Played a chivalrous thump in Brisbane to assist India with enrolling a renowned Test series win in Australia recently.
He had proceeded with the rich vein of structure against England at home prior to supplanting Iyer as the leadee of the Delhi Capitals.
Remarkably, Iyer had driven Delhi Capitals to the final of IPL 2020 in the UAE. Iyer is essential for the reserve gathering of players for India’s T20 World Cup crusade.
Prior in the day, Delhi Capitals lead trainer Ricky Ponting had said Iyer’s return just reinforces the Capitals. Who are as of now on top of the focuses table with 6 successes from 8 matches.
“It’s great to have Shreyas back. He has got an infectious attitude. I have been talking to him a lot and his training has been great,” said Ricky Ponting.
“He’s so keen to get back into the field, score runs and win. He’s a world-class player and he’s going to add a lot to our team, there’s no doubt about that,” he added.