IPL 2021: Hopefully 2021 Is The Year And Punjab Kings Lift IPL Trophy
England’s Dawid Malan, the no.1 ranked T20I batsman might be that includes within the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the primary time as he’ll prove for the Punjab Kings (PBKS) within the upcoming IPL 2021 season. He was purchased by the KL Rahul-led aspect for his base value of INR 1.50 crores.
The Punjab Kings haven’t solely revamped their squad within the IPL 2021 public sale but in addition revamped their look by altering their identify from Kings XI Punjab (KXIP), additionally they unveiled their new emblem and a brand new look jersey for the IPL 2021 as properly.
Hopefully This Year Is The Year That The Luck Changes For Us: Dawid Malan
Malan, who just lately featured for England in opposition to India in each the T20I sequence and ODI sequence, was seen in a video posted by the Punjab Kings on their Twitter account and vowed to take the aspect to the IPL finals and desires to win the cash-rich league for the followers of Punjab.
“Message for all the fans and whoever watches the game, we are grateful to your support and hopefully this year is the year that the luck changes for us and we can put in some good match-winning performances, make the playoffs and hopefully win that trophy in the end,” Malan stated.
“Great to be part of the team. Great to get to meet some of the guys and see how they do their work. They made me feel extremely comfortable, extremely welcome which is you know a massive hurdle in joining a new team. Especially when you are playing in your first IPL. So I can’t thank the guys enough, it feels really good to be here, good to watch the boys go about their work and get stuck in,” stated Malan.
The Punjab Kings batsmen might be donning new golden shade helmets for the upcoming IPL 2021 season. The franchise had didn’t make it into the playoffs in IPL 2020 within the UAE, regardless of captain Kl Rahul and Mayank Agarwal being one of many high run-getters within the event and Mohammed Shami took 20 wickets in 14 matches.
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