Australian cricketer Mitchel Marsh feels he was ‘cursed’ in India

Colombo [Sri Lanka]:  Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh said that he was cursed in India because he obtained harmed throughout the begin of IPL 2022 while betting the Delhi Capitals team.

After the unstable start to the competition, Marsh did well by racking up 51 runs at a strike rate of 132.80. He opened the innings with David Detector and did well as the leading order of the team.
” After my first couple of weeks there I assumed that I was cursed in India,” cricket.com.au estimated Marsh as stating.

Marsh, who is currently in Colombo for the three-match T20I collection, claimed that in spite of a tumultuous beginning in IPL 2022 he put out a fantastic show.

” I survived my preliminary injury – which was very small – yet after that to play one game and obtain COVID, it was a little a shaky start but once I got going it behaved to put a couple of regular efficiencies on the board. I definitely loved my time there,” he added.

The 30-year-old commended Ricky Ponting, who is the head coach of Delhi Capitals, saying that the former Australian captain instills confidence in the gamers of his team.

” Every person mentions him a lot as well as what he’s accomplished in the game, but I got a genuine sense of just how much he looks after his gamers – I guess that’s most likely what he was like as a captain and also a leader of a group,” Marsh said for Ponting.

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