IPL 2021: Marcus Stoinis wants to be the “best finisher in the world”: Australian Delhi capital all-rounder Marcus Stoinis expressed his desire to become the best finisher in the world. Stoinis will play for the Delhi Capital team in the IPL and also participated in the World T20 Squad. Stoinis has accumulated 376 runs in T20Is, an average of 25.06, and a hit rate of 133. In the entire T20, its average value is 32.00, and the strike rate is 133. The daring all-around player is an important member of the Delhi Capital team and will face Sunrisers Hyderabad in his Indian Premier League (IPL) team on September 22.
IPL 2021: Marcus Stoinis wants to be the “best finisher in the world”
However, this star AllRounder set a goal for yourself because he hoped to become the best choice in the world in the next three years.
“My next phase, the way I see it, over the next three years I want to be not only the best finisher in Australia, but I also want to be the best finisher in the world,” Marcus Stoinis said
“The key for us is going to the tournament having each other’s back, looking to play like we’ve got nothing to lose because, at the end of the day, we don’t have anything to lose,” said Stoinis.
“I think if we play with that freedom and that excitement, we’re going to do something special. I think that’s the way we’ve got to attack that. There’s enough talent. There are so many good players in our team that there’s no reason why we shouldn’t,” he said.
Regarding the coach of the Delhi Capitals and his Australian compatriot Rich Ponting, the all-around player said: “Ricky is a bloody genius. Most of his genius has nothing to do with cricket. It’s about how he communicates with people. . He knows me very well. So he knows how to press my button. He knows when to challenge me. He knows when to cheer me up. “