New Delhi: Delhi Capitals fast bowler Enrich Nortje said that it was quite challenging to stay in a quarantine for 10 days in a hotel room before IPL 2021 due to Corona Virus. That he wants to maintain his rhythm by performing strongly in the match played against Punjab Kings on Sunday.
Victims of wrong report
The South African bowler had to stay in quarantine for a long time due to an incorrect positive report of Covid-19. He has been associated with the team on Friday after the investigation came negative three times.
In an interaction with Delhi Capitals (DC) on Saturday, Nortje (Anrich Nortje) said, ‘It was very difficult for me to stay in quarantine for 10 days. It was good to get out of it, practice and bowl. Hopefully, you will be able to do well by keeping the rhythm from here.
Hope to perform well
Nortje (Anrich Nortje) hoped that the team would perform well at the Wankhede Stadium taking the best advantage of the conditions. Referring to Punjab Kings, he said that the team is not taking anyone lightly. Nortje said, ‘No team is weak, every team is very competitive and anyone can beat anyone. We are not taking anyone lightly and hope to get on the field with our plan.
Did well last year
Northrich (Anrich Nortje) did well in the IPL 2020. Nortje (Anrich Nortje) helped Delhi to a great extent in the final season of the IPL by taking 22 wickets in 16 matches. He, along with his fellow bowler Kagiso Rabara, troubled all the teams. The Delhi team made it to the IPL final for the first time last year.