Ricky Ponting is the head coach of the Delhi Capitals team.
The title drought of Delhi Capitals will continue this season as the team has been out of the playoffs of IPL-2021. In the first qualifier, he was defeated by Chennai Super Kings, while in the second qualifier, Kolkata Knight Riders led by Eoin Morgan defeated him. Now Chennai will face Kolkata in the final and the players of Delhi will watch this match sitting on TV. There is a big IPL auction to be held before the next season and in such a situation every team would like to make some necessary changes in their team. Delhi also includes those teams. In this regard, Delhi’s head coach Ricky Ponting has told how many players the team is thinking of retaining with them next season. Ponting is aware that his team will retain only three or four players in the IPL auction but said that he does not mind going into the league with the same team next season if possible.
Ponting admitted that Kolkata Knight Riders proved his team nineteen in the second qualifier on Wednesday. He said after the match, “To be honest, I would like to see everyone again in this team, this is a great team and the players, support staff, coaches have done a great job.” Our performance shows itself. It is disappointing to end the session like this. We know that only three or four players will be ‘retained’.” Most of the players will go to the auction again and I will try to make sure that most of them can be part of Delhi Capitals again. I have thoroughly enjoyed the last three seasons with him.
Trying to retain most players
Ponting has said that it will be his endeavor to retain most of the players of the current team in the team again. This great Australian cricketer said, “Most of the players will go to the auction again and I will try that most of them can be part of Delhi Capitals again. I have thoroughly enjoyed the last three seasons with them. “It will be my goal to bring all or most of them back to Delhi Capitals.”
responsible for the loss
He blamed his inability to score runs for the loss at the hands of KKR. He said that everything changed with the powerplay itself. He said, “If I assess the whole season, this was the only match in which we played poorly. We didn’t bat well and didn’t score runs in the powerplay. Wickets kept falling in the middle order.
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