Ricky Ponting Former Australia captain stint as head coach of the Delhi Capitals within the Indian Premier League has been a reasonably effective one. The group thrived beneath the Aussie legend’s mentorship within the past edition of the cash-rich league as they booked a compartment within the last for the first time in their history.
The seasoned campaigner offers a near relationship with a few players within the side. Amid a later interaction with cricket. Ponting shed light on his relationship with dynamic all-rounder Marcus Stoinis. He labeled the right-hander a really profound thinker, which is why he does not need to bolster him as well much information.
“With Australia, he’s been in and out of the side, and not really found a spot in the batting line-up. I’ve tried to make it pretty clear to him where I see him slotting in with the Delhi Capitals outfit and the role he’s going to play for us,” said Ponting.
The cricketer-turned-coach included he gives Stoinis directions with respect to the game. Ponting too revealed that he was meddling with the Delhi Capitals players’ preparations when he feels that they are blundering someplace.
“He is a hard worker. He likes to bat and bowl as much as anyone we’ve had at Delhi. So as long as I give some clear direction and he understands what he’s doing and what his role is, I just let him go about getting himself prepared. I’ll only interfere with players’ preparation if I think they’re bludging and they’re not doing the right thing,” said Ponting