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Amit Mishra to make comeback in the upcoming IPL

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Veteran India cricketer Amit Mishra is probably going to get back to the Indian Premier League. While he went unsold this season in the Indian Premier League, he is normal with a bang next season too. Prior, he was a part of the Delhi Capitals franchise.

In any case, after the 2022 super sale in February, Parth Jindal twitter, “To one of the @IPL greats @MishiAmit we @DelhiCapitals would like to salute everything you have done for us over all these years and would love to have you back at DC in whatever capacity you see fit as your insights would be most valuable. Mishy bhai DC is yours for life.”

“Thanks @ParthJindal11 for the kind words & your acknowledgment of my services for the team. I am truly humbled! But, I am not finished yet and can easily add to the legacy of @DelhiCapitals…only if DC needs me! I am always in their corner. #ibleedDC.” Stated by Amit Mishra.

All things considered, on seventeenth April 2013 in season 6 of IPL, he took a full go-around while playing for Sunrisers Hyderabad against Pune Warriors India also. With this full go-around, he turned into the main  player in IPL history to take three full go-arounds too. 

He has prior taken a full go-around in IPL 2008 while playing for Delhi Daredevils against Deccan Chargers and afterward again he did in IPL 2011 while playing for Deccan Chargers against Kings XI Punjab also.

Be that as it may, Amit Mishra had experienced a finger injury during Delhi Capitals’ success over KKR in Sharjah. 

Also Read – Delhi Capitals gone under quarantine norms in IPL-2022

He bowled just 2 overs prior to strolling off the field too. In addition, he has taken out Rohit Sharma extremely number times in IPL and furthermore equalled Zaheer and Sandeep’s record for eliminating a batsman very number times in the money rich association also.

He has played for Delhi Daredevils in IPL 2015, IPL 2016, and IPL 2017. In January 2018, Delhi Daredevils got him in the bidding and he was held for the 2019 season too. 

In the 2020 IPL, Amit Mishra began splendidly with 3 wickets at an economy rate  of 7.20 too. Be that as it may, Amit Mishra is the third-most highest wicket-taker in Indian Premier League history after the amazing Lasith Malinga (170 wickets) and Dwayne Bravo (170 wickets).

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