The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 plunged into a deeper crisis on Tuesday when BCCI confirmed that the tournament was suspended indefinitely due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in India.
That Williamson is the top-scorer against DC will be scant consolation, and will be a forlorn footnote even as Prithvi Shaw’s name remains in the score book as Player of the Match.
IPL 2021: Picking up Rohit Sharma, Kieron Pollard's wickets was special, says DC spinner Amit Mishra
Mishra led the bowling charge with figures of 4/24 to help the Delhi franchise restrict the Mumbai Indians to 137/9.
Check out photos from match 13 of IPL 2021 between DC and MI which was held in Chennai on Tuesday.
Man of the Match Amit Mishra (4/24) spun his web around the Mumbai Indians batsman to restrict them to sub-par 137 for 9 after the defending champions decided to bat.
Mishra has played 68 games across formats for India, and barring Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and Rahul Chahar, there aren't many quality leg-break bowlers in the horizon.
"I am working on my batting. The coaches have also told me to keep practicing my batting as there might be situations in matches when I will have to string partnerships of 25-30 runs," Amit Mishra said.
The Delhi Capitals, who had reached the finals in the last edition in UAE, will take on Chennai Super Kings in their first match of the IPL season at the Wankhede Stadium here on 10 April.
Dubey has played 14 domestic T20 matches for his state, and has 16 wickets to his name with an economy rate of 6.87.
IPL 2020: After Amit Mishra, SRH’s Bhuvneshwar Kumar ruled out due to injury, doubtful for Australia tour
While DC's Mishra fractured his ring finger while bowling against Kolkata Knight Riders on 3 October, Bhuvneshwar picked up the thigh muscle injury on 2 October when SRH took on Chennai Super Kings
The 37-year-old sustained the injury while going for a low return catch offered by KKR batsman Nitish Rana in the 3 October game.
IPL 2020: 'Playing with India spinners on domestic circuit helped me,' says RR's Rahul Tewatia after heroic innings
Tewatia, having struggled for a better part of his innings, belted five sixes in an astonishing turnaround that culminated in an IPL record run chase by Rajasthan Royals against Kings XI Punjab on Sunday night.
IPL 2020: Amit Mishra confident about Haryana's future after Rahut Tewatia's 'beyond expectation' knock
Playing for Rajasthan Royals, the 27-year-old Tewatia smashed five sixes, four on the trot, in the 18th over bowled by Sheldon Cottrell to help his side record the highest run-chase in IPL history.
Sunday was a 'day of Rahuls' in IPL when the lesser-known Tewatia from Haryana's Sihi village stole the thunder from the uber-cool India star KL Rahul, striking five sixes in an over from Sheldon Cottrell that changed the course of RR's match against Kings XI Punjab.
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"I rely on flight and spin to get wickets. I bowl to get the batsmen out, not to stop runs. If you are an accurate spinner, it becomes far easier to bowl attacking lengths," Delhi Capitals' leg-spinner Amit Mishra said.
Mohit Sharma has played under Dhoni both at Chennai Super Kings and the Indian time. He was to play for Delhi Capitals this season but the lockdown has postponed the league indefinitely.
While incarcerated, Amit Mishra — a software engineer accused of dowry harassment (charges that the court acquitted him for 14 months later) — built an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that fully automates all prison operations. DSP Harinder Singh, who prompted Mishra to spend his time in prison productively, has a kindly view of those who have come up against the judicial system.
IPL 2020 Auction: Delhi plug their holes successfully with foreign recruits; Rajasthan stay thin in pace department
Given their depth of Indian cricketers, Delhi went about drafting in top-quality overseas cricketers to fill the middle order and fast-bowling slots
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy: Abhimanyu Mithun’s five-wicket haul helps Karnataka thrash Haryana; Tamil Nadu beat Rajasthan to enter final
Pacer Abhimanyu Mithun, openers Devdutt Padikkal and KL Rahul starred as Karnataka romped into the final of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy after thrashing Haryana by 8 wickets in the first semi-final while in the second semi-final, Washington Sundar powered Tamil Nadu to victory over Rajasthan.