DC hungry, desire to help each other: David Warner after team enters IPL 2022 top 4
The Delhi Capitals broke into the top four of the IPL 2022 Rankings after recording a 17-point victory over the Punjab Kings at the Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy in Mumbai on Monday. Speaking about their performance, Delhi Capitals hitter David Warner said, “The team has an attitude that never dies. We are fighters and we play to the best of our abilities whether it’s with the ball or the bat. There is a hunger and a desire to help each other as we take care of each other.”
Warner made vital contributions on the pitch in their match against Punjab. Asked about his scintillating line-up, he said: “There are two sides to the game for me – the stick and the line-up. ‘ve had one and it was a great result for us I’m getting buzz on the field and trying to save points for the bowlers Sarfaraz Khan who bowled a blistering 32 point from 16 balls, enjoyed the fly-half role, “I had never opened before the Punjab Kings game so I was looking to take advantage of the position. Before I got this opportunity, I had a feeling that I could strike well as an opener and things went as planned against Punjab.”
The batter also motivated the team after their batting innings, “I wouldn’t have been happy if my innings hadn’t helped the team win. The environment within the team is good and we have to play well in one more game to qualify for the playoffs. I was telling everyone on the team after we hit it’s only a matter of one wicket. If we get a wicket, we will be in the game and we continued to pick up wickets throughout the Punjab innings. Sarfaraz also spoke about his father’s impact on his cricket career: “Credit goes to my father for all that I am today. He drove from Mumbai to Uttar Pradesh to take me to matches along the way. We made stops in various places such as Madhya Pradesh, Ghaziabad, Mathura and Delhi for me to play matches and my dad traveled about 2500 km for me.
Delhi Capitals will face Mumbai Indians in their final league game at Wankhede Stadium on Saturday. (ANI)
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