Mitchell Marsh’s salary is going to increase by crores of rupees

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Mitchell Marsh is currently busy playing the Test series against Pakistan.

Mitchell Marsh (Photo Source: Getty Images)

Mitchell Marsh was troubled by injuries at one time during his career. He was constantly facing problems, but ever since he returned from the Ashes, he has been performing brilliantly. He is playing continuously for the team and performing well.

The all-rounder also performed brilliantly in the ODI World Cup 2023 and was the second highest run-scorer for Australia. He had 441 runs in his name in 10 matches. He also played an important role in Australia’s 2021 T20 World Cup victory. In the final, Mitchell Marsh played an unbeaten inning of 77 runs in 50 balls, for which he was also adjudged Player of the Match.

Now the news is that there is a possibility of a huge increase in the salary of Mitchell Marsh at an important stage of his career. According to The Australian, the Australian all-rounder is expected to receive a salary increase of between AUD 500,000 to AUD 800,000 per year.

Brilliant batting in the Boxing Day Test against Pakistan

Mitchell Marsh is currently busy playing the Test series against Pakistan. He performed brilliantly for Australia in the Boxing Day Test. Let us tell you that at one time the host team had lost four wickets for 16 runs, then Mitchell Marsh took Australia out of trouble by making a partnership of 153 runs with Steve Smith.

Batting at number 6, Marsh played an excellent inning of 96 runs. He missed his century by just 4 runs. Even though Australia clinched the series with the win, Marsh was a bit disappointed at not scoring a century. Earlier, Australia had defeated Pakistan by 360 runs in the first test match.

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