In what might be an enormous blow for the rest of their IPL 2020 campaign, Delhi Capitals on Monday informed that veteran leg spinner Amit Mishra has been ruled out of the tournament thanks to the injury he sustained within the franchise’s last match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Sharjah.
The 37-year-old sustained a flexor tendon injury to the annualry of his bowling hand whilst attempting to require a return catch off his bowling during Delhi Capitals’ match against the Kolkata Knight Riders in Sharjah on 3rd October 2020.
“Mishra will now consult a specialist over the subsequent few days to work out the foremost appropriate course of management for this unfortunate injury. Everyone at Delhi Capitals wishes him a speedy recovery,” Delhi Capitals said through a politician statement.
He had made a bright start to the campaign learning three wickets in three matches and bowling at a powerful economy rate of seven .34.
He is the second-highest wicket-taker within the history of IPL behind Lasith Malinga and has been an integral part of the Delhi franchise for several years.
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