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Tom Moody slaps Delhi capitals to gift Trent Boult to Mumbai Indians before IPL 2020

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Delhi Capital, Trent Boult and Tom Moody. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Former Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody has slammed the Delhi capitals for trading New Zealand fast bowlers. Trent Bolt For Mumbai Indians. Moody has passed his comments following the sensational performance of the ongoing Boult in the IPL 2020. The left-arm fast bowler has consistently delivered for Mumbai Indians in the tournament.

Delhi ended its association with the fast bowler in November last year. The Baults were part of the Delhi capitals after being spoken for for Rs 2.2 crore in the 2018 and 2019 seasons. In his inaugural season for Delhi, he proved his worth by finishing the season as his highest wicket-taker, taking 18 wickets for 14 wickets.

But the following season, he lost his place in the playing XI Kagiso Rabada. Rabada, performing very well, decided to trade the Bulls to Delhi for Mumbai but the performance later this season hurt them. Earlier this week, he blew his top order in the first qualifier, crushing Mumbai Delhi’s Capitals by 57 runs to enter the final.

Critic of Delhi Capitals decision, Tom Moody:

Tom Moody came up with his comment after Mumbai’s emphatic win over the Delhi Capitals in the first qualifier. Trent Bault was rejected Prithvi Shaw And Ajinkya Rahane scored 143 for 8 in his first over, giving Delhi a target of 201 runs for the Duck. Describing Bult as ‘an extraordinary step’, Moody said Delhi made a mistake in making the bowler the strongest team. Contest.

“It was an extraordinary step for me. And I know that at that point in that trade, they didn’t know that the tournament was going to be moved to the UAE. But still, the Trent Bowl will be fatal in Mumbai because that is the one place where the ball will swing, ”the former Australian cricketer told ESPN Cricinfo.

“And the Boults are one of the best powerplay bowlers in the IPL, so to gift them one of the strongest teams, an ace if not the strongest team of the entire tournament, is extraordinary. If they wanted to cash in their chips to talk with the Trent Bowl, they should have done it through an auction and fish for the Trent Bowl not only to Mumbai but other teams around, ”he said.

Tom Moody further praised Hardik Pandya for his finishing qualities. Pandya once again showed his potential by scoring 37 runs in just 14 balls with the help of five sixes against Delhi Capital, which helped Mumbai Indians touch the 200-run mark.

“Finishers like him are rare, and when he is that type, you’ll pick him up every week, because the players who can give the finishing touch like they did – what we thought would be a score of 170. 175 Range – This game is over. Moody said that this is an impressive moment in the game, even though he is out for just 14 balls.