Marcus Stoinis, the exciting all-rounder of Australia, contains a plethora of talent. However, he failed to use it to blossom in the International cricket. Remaining an integral part of the national team for some time, he produced some fantastic innings. However, he largely remained inconsistent which eventually pushed him out of the national reckoning.
Nevertheless, he seems to be back in business after producing a grand show in the ongoing edition of the Big Bash League (BBL). Playing 14 games of the 20-over competition, the belligerent cricketer mustered 607 runs at 60.70. Doing so, he smashed 5 half-centuries and a century to light up the tournament.
Recently, Stoinis shared his wish to get back to donning the national colors. After doing well in BBL, the veteran of 41 ODIs and 19 T20Is said that he is looking forward to do well in Indian Premier League (IPL) to make a strong case for himself. Moreover, two back-to-back T20 World Cups further motivated him to get in good shape for the upcoming cricketing action.