New Delhi, Apr 21 (PTI) Delhi Capitals cricketers have something more to cheer about after their maiden victory in IPL 2023, with skipper David Warner confirming on Friday that most of the cricket gear, which had been stole in transit from Bengaluru to Delhi a few days back, had been recovered.
The Delhi franchise discovered the theft of their cricketing gear, including bats, pads and gloves, running into lakhs of rupees after they reached the national capital following their match against Royal Challengers Bangalore on April 15.
Warner had posted a message on social media about the theft, giving details about the items stolen.
“Stolen. 16 bats along with pads, shoes, thigh pads, gloves were stolen from the Delhi Capitals’ players kit bags. 3 bats belong to David Warner, 2 of Mitchell Marsh, three of Phil Salt and five of Yash Dhull,” the Australian opener had written on social media.
The Capitals broke their string of five consecutive defeats on Thursday, defeating Kolkata Knight Riders by four wickets at the Ferozeshah Kotla stadium here and a day later, Warner revealed that most of the gear had been recovered and the culprits “found”.
“They found the culprits. Few (bats) missing still but thank you,” he wrote on Friday.
DC will take on Sunrisers Hyderabad in their next IPL match in Hyderabad on April 24.
Source: PTI News