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Amit Mishra is likely to make his comeback in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League
 

According to the reports from other sources, the veteran Indian cricketer Amit Mishra is likely to make his comeback in the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League.

Previously, he represented the Delhi Capitals franchise and after being released by the side, he went unsold in the mega auction of IPL 2022.

After the end of the two-day bidding event, Parth Jindal has shared his thoughts on his official Twitter handle, tweeting, "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."


The right-arm leggie was quick enough to respond to the tweet of Parth Jindal and tweeted, "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."

No one realised how big this tournament was going to become: Brendon McCullum

Brendon McCullum - IPL

The head coach of the Kolkata Knight Riders, Brendon McCullum, shared his opinion when the first game of IPL took place.

The former New Zealand cricketer told the IPL website, "No one who supported the IPL, cricket in general, realised how big this tournament was going to become and I think we found out that night and also the people who followed cricket and here in India also all around the world," Brendon McCullum was quoted as same as in CricTracker.

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"Well, we need to work on that second hundred because I am their batting coach. Hopefully, we will see the second or third hundred throughout the season.

Look I don’t have too many memories, to be honest. it’s a bit blurry. It took me eight balls to start. I think with a little bit of fighting and luck on my way thankfully it came off good," he added.