Amit Mishra, the highest wicket-taker in the IPL, is out of Team India for four years, now his anger broke out


new Delhi: There is now a few days left for the Indian Premier League (IPL 14) to start its 14th season. This year, this big league will be played in 6 big cities of the country. Before IPL 2021 (IPL 2021), all the teams have started their preparations. Meanwhile, the legendary spin bowler Amit Mishra of Delhi Capitals has given a big statement. Let me tell you that Mishra last played an international match for India in 2017.

Turned out to be Mishra’s anger

Amit Mishra, who has been out of the Indian team for the last four years, said that he is the highest wicket-taker in the world’s biggest league, now what should he do more than that. Mishra said, ‘I am in the second place in the list of highest wicket takers in IPL. What will a human perform more than this? My performance in the big leagues has been top level. My job is to perform and have been doing this for the last several years. In such a situation, it doesn’t matter what people are thinking about me.

Leg spinner needs a good captain

Mishra said that any leg spinner needs a good captain. When runs are being scored against the bowler, he needs a captain who can boost his confidence. He said, ‘I mean a captain who can understand the mentality of the leg-spinner’. Let me tell you, Mishra has played 68 matches in all formats for India. There is no good leg-spinner in Indian cricket at present, except for Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and Rahul Chahar.

May be the last IPL

This may be his last IPL for Amit Mishra. Mishra is now 38 years old and this age is considered too big for any player and in today’s cricket, teams give more opportunities to young players. Mishra has taken 160 wickets in 150 IPL matches. He is in the second place in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets in the IPL. Above him is only Lasith Malinga who has taken 170 wickets.


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