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IPL 2021: Amit Mishra Wants Ishant Sharma To Represent India In 150 Test Matches | Cricket News


IPL 2021: Ishant Sharma was a part of the Test collection in opposition to England, which India gained.© BCCI/IPL




Delhi Capitals spinner Amit Mishra mentioned that he needs pacer Ishant Sharma to signify India in 150 Test matches. Both Amit and Ishant are a part of the Delhi Capitals squad and are presently gearing up for the upcoming 14th version of the Indian Premier League. “Ishant and I have partnered up many times for the Indian team. He has played 100 Test matches and I would like to congratulate him on this achievement and I want him to play 25-30 matches more and get to 150. He should play at least 150 Test matches. Whenever required, we tried to contribute to the side with batting as well,” Mishra mentioned in a video posted by the franchise on Twitter.

Ishant achieved the feat of taking part in 100 Tests for India within the collection in opposition to England. The 32-year-old pacer has performed 101 Tests and scalped 303 wickets with one 10-wicket haul and 11 five-wicket hauls.

On Tuesday, Delhi Capitals appointed Rishabh Pant because the captain of the facet for the upcoming season. The wicket-keeper batsman will step in as skipper for the 14th version of the event as common skipper Shreyas Iyer damage his left shoulder throughout the not too long ago concluded India-England ODI collection.

Delhi Capitals coach Ricky Ponting mentioned that Pant deserves to guide the franchise taking a look at his current performances.

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“Unfortunate that Shreyas will miss the tournament, but looking forward to seeing @RishabhPant17 grab his opportunity. It’s well deserved for his recent performances and he’s coming in with a lot of confidence. I’m convinced captaincy will make him an even better player,” tweeted Ponting.

Delhi Capitals will start their IPL 2021 marketing campaign in opposition to Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on April 10.

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