Delhi Capitals have IPL winning players, assistant coach claims

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-04 22:42:35 IST

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Before IPL 2021, Delhi Capitals batting coach Mohammad Kaif has claimed that there are players in his team who can win the IPL title. The Delhi team has never won the IPL title.

Mohammad Kaif, assistant coach of IPL 2020 runners-up Delhi Capitals, has claimed that there are many players in his team who can win the title. Mohammad Kaif, who was present in the practice session of the Delhi Capitals team on the grounds of Cricket Club of India on Saturday, has said that the Delhi team wants nothing more than to win the IPL 2021 title.

Assistant coach Kaif said, "We want to go one step further this year and that is the goal of the Delhi Capitals team. We have the players to win the title. We were very close last year and the plus point for this season is That most of the players like Rishabh Pant are playing a lot of cricket. They have been in touch with the game and so they are in a good rhythm in the IPL."

Kaif said that the players of Delhi Capitals also practiced a catch in the light during their practice session on Saturday. Speaking to a web portal, he said, "The players have been practicing batting and bowling in the last few days. As a coaching group we decided to focus on fielding skills in today's practice session. The players made some catches. Leap. It was a great season. I also met many young players and experienced players in the team. I had a good chat with Ravichandran Ashwin and Ajinkya Rahane."

Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Ponting will soon participate in his first training session with the team after completing his quarantine period. Kaif said the coaching staff will plan the team's practice session in the coming days before the IPL starting on April 9. The bad news for the Delhi Capitals team is that their team's regular captain Shreyas Iyer will not play the tournament this time, while Akshar Patel has been found corona infected.

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