Delhi Capitals has reached their maiden IPL final and all credits to the team effort. Shreyas Iyer led side has been performing well from the first match and that’s what helped them reach the final. Marcus Stoinnis has been one impactful player for the side and has won matches single-handedly for Delhi. He has been effective with both ball and the bat. From the first match where
DC played a super over to the last match where he opened the innings against his normal batting position. The Australian cricketer has impressed the West Indies great Brian Lara who has agreed that it was a strong move for him t open the innings for DC. “He got let off by RCB last year and see what he’s doing for DC this year,” Lara said on Star Sports after DC beat SRH to reach set-up their maiden IPL final clash against defending champions Mumbai Indians.
Mumbai Indians will be the standing opponents against DC which might be a little intimidating as they are the most successful team in the IPL. When asked about the contest between DC and MI, Stoinnis said “Preparations will be the same as usual. When big games are coming up, more important to stick to your usual strategies and routines, MI are a great team and they have been consistent all season, beaten us thrice. “We will just bring out our best game of cricket and play our best. I reckon that will be good enough.