Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant stated it’s his and his facet’s “ultimate goal” to win Delhi their maiden title. However, he additionally careworn that the group can be focussing on the method solely. The similar processes with which Rishabh Pant took Delhi to the highest of the desk within the first half of the season with 6 wins and a couple of losses.
The wicketkeeper has been retained because the captain for the rest of the season regardless of Shreyas Iyer returning to the facet. Iyer missed the primary chunk of the matches attributable to a shoulder damage and due to this fact Rishabh Pant was named the captain. But he has now been retained by the homeowners and the administration impressed by his management abilities.
“Obviously, the ultimate goal is to win the trophy, but as I said before also, we are going to focus on the process and hopefully, we can do the same things again and again which we did in the first phase of the IPL and hopefully we can win this trophy this year,” Rishabh Pant stated forward of the resumption of the event within the UAE.
I’m feeling superb particularly after popping out of the quarantine: Rishabh Pant
Rishabh Pant gave the interview after popping out from his 6-day quarantine, which he needed to spend following his arrival from Manchester, the place the fifth India-England Test was cancelled.
The Capitals have roped in Kulwant Khejroliya and Ben Dwarshuis as substitute gamers for M Siddharth and Chris Woakes respectively.
“I am feeling very good especially after coming out of the quarantine, it’s nice because you know nowadays, it’s getting difficult to quarantine, but it’s good to see new faces love to meet the teammates. In quarantine, I was just trying to sit outside on the balcony and all those things but coming for practice for the first day, yes, it’s pretty hot out there. But yes, just getting used to the conditions. Hopefully, I can do it in two three days,” the 23-year-old added.
The Capitals will tackle the bottom-placed Sunrisers Hyderabad in Dubai on September 22 to renew their season.