Future bright for ‘game changer’ Jake Fraser-McGurk: Sourav Ganguly | Cricket News


New Delhi: Director of IPL team Delhi Capitals Sourav Ganguly This is what the young Australian batsman believes Jake Fraser-McGurkwho missed one t20 world cup Spot, he has a long career ahead of him.
In this season of the 20-over Indian Premier League, 22-year-old Fraser-McGurk has impressed for Delhi Capitals, scoring 330 runs in nine matches at a strike rate of over 234 runs per game.
Although Ganguly is the coach of Delhi ricky pontingand Australian Capitals teammates david warner Praised for his brave hitting, he was left out of Australia's World Cup squad in June.
“He mentored Jake very well when Ricky was there. What I like about him is he's hungry, he wants to play well.” Ganguly Said during Delhi's win over Lucknow Super Giants on Tuesday.
Former India captain Ganguly said, “I know he missed the World Cup, Australia probably should have picked him.”
“But that's what happens when you have so many good players like Warner, Travis Head and Mitch Marsh, you will obviously be missed.
“But he's only 22 and he's got a long career ahead of him.
“For us, he is a game changer and you need that in this format.”
Despite not being sold in the IPL auction, Fraser-McGurk joined Delhi as a replacement for South African fast bowler Lungi Ngidi due to injury.
He said in an interview with AFP last month that the T20 World Cup in the United States and West Indies was not “at the forefront” of his mind.
Fraser-McGurk has been called “a serious talent” by Ponting, and his aggressive approach and spontaneous sixes have been compared to Warner's early career flair.
(with AFP input)

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