Pant turning x-factor to match-winning knock : Ricky Ponting

Pant has once again set the tone with a magnificent 78 off 27 balls in Delhi Capitals' 37-run away win against Mumbai Indians.

"I want to play in the T20 World Cup and then end my career". Over the years I've seen him mature a lot. The Captain of Mumbai Indians Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first in order to chase in the but the Capitals squad set the huge target of 213 on board which made it hard for MI to chase. We didn't play another spinner because I thought the pitch will do something for the pacers. I was playing for U-14s and U-16s.

The youngster has had an awesome run with the national side and the Delhi team will be hoping he delivers the goods.

"I always bat according to the situation all the time".

The prime bowler hurt his left shoulder in the match against Delhi Capitals at the Wankhede.

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Now, injury to Bumrah will give them sleepless nights ahead of their next game against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Thursday. Yuvraj also praised Delhi's bowling while saying that MI "couldn't get partnerships in". "The wicket was more of 180-190 wicket, 215 (213) was quite a match-winning score", he said. The left-handed batsman said that Pant is an outstanding talent, who needs to be groomed and has the potential to be the next big thing in Indian cricket.

Sri Lankan star fast bowler Lasith Malinga announced on Friday he was ready to sacrifice earnings from the Indian Premier League to secure a place in his country's ODI World Cup squad. He had an outstanding season a year ago as well.

It turned out to be a finger fracture, forcing Bumrah to sit out of the limited-overs series and the first two Test matches against England.

Finally on the young Jammu & Kashmir paceman Rasikh Salam, who made his debut for MI on Sunday at the age of just 17, Yuvraj said, "Rasikh the day he came in the nets, everybody was really impressed by him, the way he swung the ball".

Players rushed to check on him as he walked off the field with huge pain. "I will give you the update once we get information regarding it".

  • Lawrence Cooper