Aakash Chopra says “Life isn’t about ifs and buts” in IPL 2021. Chopra believes the Delhi Capitals have only themselves to fault for their exit from IPL 2021. He included that there is no point crying over the spilled milk. Delhi suffered a three-wicket defeat against the Kolkata Knight Riders in Qualifier 2. They were eliminated from the current season of the Indian Premier League. Rishabh Pant-led side has been on the receiving end of edge-of-the-seat thrillers. Also, in their last three matches with some strategic calls. It is probably contributing to their losses.
In reflecting on the Delhi Capitals’ exit from the tournament in a video shared on his YouTube channel. Chopra features the franchise might regret some of their on-field decisions for a long time.
“Delhi made a lot of self-goals. They lost to RCB on the last ball and then to Chennai. I feel they might still be thinking and might continue thinking till next year that they should have got Rabada to bowl the last over. But life is not about ifs and buts, it’s about what you do on the field,” Aakash Chopra said.
Also, talk about the Delhi Capitals’ batting effort. During the encounter, Chopra pointed out that they couldn’t make the best use of a decent start.
“Batting first was not a bad thing if you batted properly. You reached 135. The start was alright but after that, the wagon became slower and slower. You were thinking the innings will gather momentum at some point but it didn’t happen,” Chopra observed.
Lastly, Delhi Capitals were in a prime position to go on the charge. After having come to a score of 65/1 at the end of the tenth over. In any case, they lost the wickets of Marcus Stoinis. Also, Shikhar Dhawan and Rishabh Pant in quick progression to drop behind the eight ball.