Have Delhi Capitals Won Any IPL? New Signings of DC in IPL 2023


Delhi Capitals won any IPL: Delhi Capitals are undoubtedly one of the most bright teams in the IPL. The Delhi-based team is one of the original teams in the IPL and has been in the league since its first season in 2008. The Delhi Capitals were known as Delhi Daredevils but changed their name to their current name, in December 2018.

As of IPL 2019, the team is officially named “Delhi Capitals”. The team’s new name refers to Delhi’s importance as the nation’s capital. As the team boss said, just as Delhi as the national capital is in the spotlight, the Delhi IPL team is also striving to be the end point of all tournament action. Sadly, Delhi Capitals were never able to lift the IPL trophy.

Delhi Capitals has so far played one final which was in the year 2020 under the leadership of Shreyas Iyer against Mumbai Indians. They have reached four times in the semi-finals of the IPL championship so far. The home ground of Delhi is Arun Jaitely stadium, Delhi.

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New Signings of DC in IPL 2023:

New Signings of DC in IPL 2023.

In the squad of 25 players this year Delhi retained 20 players and buy 5 new players those are Manish Pandey, Ishant Sharma, Mukesh Kumar, Rilee Rossouw (SA), and Phil Salt (ENG).

  1. Manish Pandey (Batsman) (INR 2.40 crores)
  2. Ishant Sharma (Bowler) (INR 50 Lakhs)
  3. Mukesh Kumar (Bowler) (INR 5.50 crores)
  4. Rilee Rossouw (Batsman) (INR 4.60 crores)
  5. Phil Salt (wicket-keeper/batsman) (INR 2 crores)

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Fast bowler Mukesh Kumar is Delhi Capitals’ most expensive acquisition in the IPL 2023 auction so far. The local Bengali cricketer’s recent performance in the Vijay Hazare Trophy earned him a spot in India’s ‘A’ team for the Bangladesh tour.

Manish Pandey is a very good buy that has been done by DC he is an Indian Batsman. He can bat in the middle order and he can also go as a finisher. He used to play for KKR, SRH, LSH, etc. He is one of the finest players of spin and in absence of Rishabh Pant, he has an opportunity to rise and shine if DC gives him a fair chance.

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