Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh had a memorable campaign with the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, until the franchise failed to make it to the playoffs. Marsh scored 251 runs in 8 matches with two half-centuries and was one of the best DC players of the season. In the recent season, Marsh has struggled with injuries whenever he has played in the IPL, and this year too, he came into the tournament due to injury and finally after playing one match, he got COVID-19. gone.
However, the 30-year-old managed to make a strong comeback after his recovery and came into good shape with both bat and ball.
Speaking to cricket.com.au, Marsh revealed how, given his injury history, the rocky start of the season made him feel “cursed” in India.
“After my first two weeks there, I thought I was cursed in India,” Marsh said.
“I went through my initial injury – which was very minor – but then to play a game and get a coveted, it was a bit of a shaky start but once I was gone it was nice to have some consistent performances on the board,” he said. “I really enjoyed my time there,” he said before joining.
He also spoke highly of the former Australia captain and his head coach at the Delhi Capitals. Ricky Ponting.
“Everyone talks a lot about him and what he’s achieved in the game, but I got a real sense of how much he cares for his players – I guess he’s probably a captain and a team. That was it as a leader. ” Said.
Marsh said, “The way he feels about you – he made me feel that I am a really important player for Delhi. You get confidence from him when a leader gives you that kind of confidence. “Marsh said.
Delhi Capitals finished 5th in the IPL 2022 points table, losing one place in the playoffs.
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