The bigger the setback, the stronger the comeback: Shreyas Iyer | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Shreyas Iyer, skipper of the Delhi Capitals, is practically excluded from the next edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). But the batter is confident of making a comeback after the injury.
Speaking to Twitter on Thursday, Iyer wrote: “I read your posts and was overwhelmed by all the outpouring of love and support. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to everyone. You know what that is. they say, the bigger the backhand, the stronger the comeback. I’ll be back soon. ”

Parth Jindal, co-owner of Delhi Capitals, wished skipper Iyer a speedy recovery. “Absolutely devastated and devastated for our skipper @ ShreyasIyer15 – stay strong captain – hope for a very quick recovery. Have confidence that you will come back even stronger. India needs you in the T20 World Cup,” tweeted Jindal.

The DC skipper subluxed his left shoulder during the England heats during the first ODI at the Maharashtra Cricket Association stadium on Tuesday.
Iyer had dived to his left into the field to stop the ball. Although he managed to cut the tracks, he was holding the left shoulder with a lot of pain. He left holding the shoulder and Shubman Gill replaced him on the pitch.

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