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Aussie All-rounder Mitchell Marsh Opines He Was ‘Cursed’ In India

Aussie all-rounder Mitchell Marsh, said that he has been ‘cursed’ in India due to the fact that he suffered an injury at the beginning of the Indian Premier League 2022 while competing for the Delhi Capitals(DC) franchise. Here in this article, we talk about News on Mitchell Marsh Opnies He Was ‘Cursed’ In India.

Marsh had a strong performance overall despite a poor beginning to the competition, hitting 51 runs with a strike rate of 132.80. Together with David Warner, he started the innings for the side and fared well as part of the top rank in the batting order.

“After my first couple of weeks there I thought that I was cursed in India. I got through my initial injury – which was very minor – but then to play one game and get COVID, it was a bit of a shaky start but once I got going it was nice to put a few consistent performances on the board. I absolutely loved my time there,” said Marsh.

Marsh, who is presently in Colombo, Sri Lanka – for the 3-match  T20I series, stated that despite possessing a rough start to the IPL 2022, he put up a tremendous display.

I got a real sense of how much Ponting cares for his players: Marsh

Marsh, 30, lauded Ricky Ponting, the head coach of Delhi Capitals and the former captain of Australia’s national cricket team, stating that Ponting inspires belief and confidence in the players on his squad.

“Everyone speaks about him so much and what he’s achieved in the game, but I got a real sense of how much he cares for his players – I guess that’s probably what he was like as a captain and a leader of a team,” Marsh said about Ponting.

“Just the way he makes you feel – he made me feel like I was a really important player for Delhi. You gain confidence from that when a leader instills that sort of confidence in you,” he added.

In addition, the all-rounder discussed the attitude that is shared by the finest players in the sport.

“It’s been a pretty crazy 12 months, a lot’s happened, and I’ve certainly loved playing as much cricket for Australia consistently. Reflecting on the last 12 months, I’ve gotten a bit older, gained a bit more experienced, I’ve started to understand what works for me when it comes to preparation and going into each game feeling as good as I possibly can,” he added.

“I’ve spoken about how international cricket is really hard. But you’ve got to believe that you belong here and I think over the last 12 months, I’ve really gained the belief that my best can match it with anyone in the world, All the best players in the world have that mentality,” he said.

Mitch March is a member of the Australian side that will play Sri Lanka in a Twenty20 International series commencing on June 7 in Colombo. The series will consist of three matches.

Prashanth Esampally
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