Delhi Capitals Striving To Be Better Side Everyday: Harshal Patel
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Delhi Capitals Striving To Be Better Side Everyday: Harshal Patel

Axar Patel, Delhi Capitals
Delhi Capitals.

Delhi Capitals have a made a solid start to their IPL 2020 campaign by winning four out of their five matches. Delhi Capitals, led by Shreyas Iyer, have looked like a balanced side in the tournament thus far. They will next take on Rajasthan Royals at Sharjah, in a bid to go on top of the points table.

It can turn out to be a high-scoring affair given the history of the teams that have played on this ground earlier. Incidentally, both the franchises have played a match each in Sharjah in IPL 2020 and the experience will come in handy for the side. Rajasthan Royals are currently on the seventh spot in the IPL 2020 points table with two wins from five matches.

Delhi Capitals, Rajasthan Royals, Axar Patel, Virat Kohli, Delhi Capitals, IPL 2020
Delhi Capitals. Image Credits: IPL

Delhi Capitals want to get better as the tournament progresses: Harshal Patel

Delhi Capitals fast bowler Harshal Patel said that the team is just talking about how can they get better on a continuous basis. He also mentioned that the side have been clinical in their performances in the last match and just want to get better as the tournament progresses.

“We’re just talking about how we can get better – even though the last game we put on quite a clinical performance but the conversation has always been around what else we can do to get better, what else we can do to close out the small mistakes that we’re making,” Harshal Patel said.

Harshal Patel (Courtesy: Twitter)
Harshal Patel (Courtesy: Twitter)

“We just want to get better as the tournament progresses. Everyone who’s been around in the IPL knows that the second half of IPL is one of the most difficult parts of the tournament. So we don’t want to get complacent, don’t want to relax – we just want to keep our focus and try to get better by putting in the efforts.”

Delhi Capitals’ latest win in the IPL 2020 came against RCB. Asked to bat, Delhi Capitals put up a total of 196/4 on board in the stipulated 20 overs. But RCB were restricted to 137/9 in the chase with captain Virat Kohli top-scoring for his side.