Delhi Capitals senior spinner Amit Mishra has been ruled out for the remainder of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 due to finger injury in his bowling hand.
On Tuesday, DC official took their social media account to share some glimpse of Mishra’s farewell as he bids team goodbye in UAE.
DC official posted the video with the caption: There’s no good in goodbyes Frowning face On behalf of the team, @ShreyasIyer15 gives a warm message to @MishiAmit on his farewell Waving handBroken heart. P.S. Amit Mishra shared a special request for our Class of 2020
There's no good in goodbyes ☹️
— Delhi Capitals (Tweeting from 🇦🇪) (@DelhiCapitals) October 6, 2020
In the video Delhi Capital’s captain, Shreyas gives a warm message on the behalf of the team. “Thank you for your serveries for last five match. Your bowling was amazing and your efforts we really appreciate your time along with the team. We will be missing you definitely,” says Shreyas Iyer
Amit Mishra is the second-highest wicket-taker in IPL history, with 160 scalps to his name, and only Sri Lanka pacer Lasith Malinga has more wickets in the tournament.
Delhi Capitals will have to now look for a replacement for the experienced spinner.