IPL 2019: Rishabh Pant is a ‘bowler killer’, says Irfan Pathan

IPL 2019,Lasith Malinga,Mumbai Indians

Salam made his debut, in the Indian Premier League (IPL) wearing the jersey of Mumbai Indians, against Delhi Capitals.

Krunal Pandya's cameo 32 off 15 (5 fours, 1 six) gave MI some chance but after his dismissal, it was very hard for lone warrior Yuvraj Singh to chase down the huge total. Yuvraj was purchased by the Mumbai Indians franchise for INR 1 crore at the auctions previous year.

"His recovery is on track and fortunately no sign on stress", a statement from Mumbai said. The Captain of Mumbai Indians Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first in order to chase in the but the Capitals squad set the huge target of 213 on board which made it hard for MI to chase. Pant's innings consisted of 7 fours and 7 sixes and he finished with a strike rate of 288.88.

Speaking about the new requirements by Sri Lanka Cricket, Malinga said, "So I told them (the board) I'd play in the provincial tournament, and I asked the board to inform Mumbai Indians and IPL, since it was their decision". When I enjoyed playing cricket, I was not playing for India. "The most important is winning the game, we'll learn from the mistakes", Yuvraj said about his knock on Sunday.

The youngster has had an wonderful run with the national side and the Delhi team will be hoping he delivers the goods.

He additionally affirmed that the inevitable 2019 ICC World Cup will be his last 50-over competition for the national team, post which he will just concentrate on the T20 to get ready for one year from now's Twenty20 World Cup which occur in October-November.

The focus will also be on stumper-batsman, Rishabh Pant, who looks set for a Team India berth at the World Cup.

"We were in the game in the first 10 overs while bowling but the way Rishabh batted, we have to give the credit to him". You are going to bowl a no-ball but the easy thing for Rasikh to do would have been to go to pieces but he certainly didn't (He had a batsman caught off a free-hit, after delivering a no-ball). Yuvraj did roll back the years, with his fluent hitting, but his knock went in vain.

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