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Delhi Capitals leg spinner Amit Mishra was ruled out of IPL 2020 after he suffered a finger injury. The seasoned leg spinner was impressing everyone with his performances in the season so far. Mishra bowled exceedingly well and it seemed that he will continue to pick wickets in the UAE.

Unfortunately, his season came to an early end after he sustained a nasty finger injury. Before leaving his IPL franchise, Mishra said goodbye with an emotional farewell speech. The words of Mishra made all his teammates sensitive as they hugged him before his departure.

Watch – Amit Mishra Says Goodbye To Delhi Capitals

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Amit Mishra, who was standing next to skipper Shreyas Iyer said that he wants his side to lift the IPL 2020 trophy. The Delhi Capitals posted the video on all their social media platforms.

Meanwhile, Iyer too acknowledged Mishra for his performances in the last five match. The Delhi Capitals captain also insured to keep in touch with Amit Mishra for the remainder of the IPL season.

“On behalf of the whole team, I would like to thank you for your service in the last five games. You were amazing in your efforts throughout those days. We would be missing you definitely but going forward, I would just like to say that please do keep in touch. We will also try to do that,” Iyer was seen speaking in the video.

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Meanwhile, Amit Mishra hurt his finger while he was attempting to take a catch in the outfield. The veteran leg spinner has always been a proven match-winner in IPL history. He currently has the second most wickets in the league with 160 only behind Lasith Malinga.

Furthermore, Mishra has also the most hattricks in IPL history. The experienced player is satisfied with the contributions he made in the season and is looking forward to Delhi Capitals performing well in the rest of the matches.

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