Returning in the second game against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Kock’s Quinton succumbed to a scorching start.
The breach in the bio-secure bubble and the rapid spread of the novel coronavirus among players and support staff led the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to postpone the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for an indefinite period. The tournament was put on hold after hosting 29 games.
As soon as the T20 extravagance was suspended and the bubble was dismantled, all foreign players began to make arrangements for their safe return to their respective countries. The same was true for Quinton de Kock, the wicket keeper and batsman of the Mumbai Indians, as, a few days after the suspension of the 2021 IPL, he embarked with his family on the flight back to Africa. from South.
De Kock joined the Mumbai Indian camp ahead of the 2021 IPL with his wife Sasha Hurly and as the two left the country Sasha wrote a heartfelt departure note. Taking this on her official Instagram account, Sasha shared some lovely photos with the wives and girlfriends of other MI players while saying goodbye to India.
Meanwhile, it is the legend that has captured the hearts of many internet users. Quinton’s wife has expressed sadness at having left India soon, but hopes the situation in the country improves. Sasha also revealed that she will miss all the friends she has made from being in the Asian nation.
“Sad to be leaving so early, but so great to be back with our MI family. Will miss all those special ladies. To friendships, old and new. Thoughts are with India and whatever everyone is going through, please stay safe. To be continued, ”Sasha captioned the post.
Quinton de Kock had a decent performance in IPL 2021
Quinton de Kock had to give MI’s first game of IPL 2021 against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) a failure while serving his mandatory seven-day quarantine period. Returning in Game 2 against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Quinton succumbed to a scorching start.
However, as the tournament progressed, the opening batsman began to pick up the pace and, in six matches, scored 155 points with an average of 31 and a strike rate of 117.42. Coming to the Mumbai Indians, they have been placed in fourth place on the points table with four wins in seven games.