Shreyas Iyer Trolled Marcus Stoinis In Front Ricky Ponting And Others

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Shreyas Iyer Trolled Marcus Stoinis In Front Ricky Ponting And Others

Shreyas Iyer Trolled Marcus Stoinis In Front Ricky Ponting And Others: Delhi Capitals started the ongoing edition of the tournament with a bang and were ruling the top two positions in the league table for most of the time in the tournament. However, in the end, they lost their momentum. But they made a strong …


Shreyas Iyer Trolled Marcus Stoinis In Front Ricky Ponting And Others: Delhi Capitals started the ongoing edition of the tournament with a bang and were ruling the top two positions in the league table for most of the time in the tournament. However, in the end, they lost their momentum. But they made a strong comeback with a win against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the last match of the group league.

After all the ups and downs Delhi Capitals have finally reached the final stage of the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League and is only one good performance away from winning the cup. The tournament’s Final will come to an end tonight after a thriller clash between DC and MI.

Ahead of the final clash, there was a happy environment in the dressing room of Delhi Capitals as they also celebrated the birthday of their opener Prithvi Shaw. A lot of pictures and videos from the celebrations have been making rounds on the internet.

Among many, Delhi Capitals also uploaded a video where the skipper Shreyas Iyer can be seen imitating Marcus Stoinis in the dressing room. In the video, Shreyas Iyer can be seen copying Stoinis’ walking style and mannerism perfectly, while the rest of the cricketers burst into laughter.

Sharing the video, DC wrote:

“Nothing to see here, just #SkipperShreyas impersonating @MStoinis ?
DC boys are upbeat ahead of #DCvSRH, what about you? ?
#Dream11IPL #YehHaiNayiDilli @ShreyasIyer15 @Address_Hotels”

Here, check out the tweet:

Meanwhile, earlier while expressing his feelings on reaching the finals. He had said:

“(It’s) Best feeling ever. Journey has been a roller-coaster. The emotions keep going high and low, so you can’t have the same set of routines. Have to keep chopping and changing, Hoping that in the next game as well, against MI the biggest team, we’re able to play freely.”

Iyer also lauded the collective effort that carried the side through to the summit clash.

End of the day we stuck together as a family. Very happy with the effort every individual has put in. But have been getting support from coaches and support staff. On top of that the team has been so special. Really fortunate to have such an amazing team,”