WI vs IND 2022: Hardik Pandya, an all-rounder for Team India, feels that if he faces Indian middle-order batters, he would have a challenging day at the job. Following the top order for the Men in Blue is a strong unit that includes players like Rishabh Pant, Dinesh Karthik, Ravindra Jadeja, and even Pandya himself.
Since regaining his full fitness, the cricketer from Baroda has established himself as a far more reliable bowler. This is in contrast to the fact that his credentials as a batsman were never in question. In the most recent past, he has, on most occasions, bowled his quota of four overs, and his performance has been outstanding. Consistently reaching speeds of up to 87 miles per hour (140 kilometres per hour), he has hit the length hard and has benefited from his modifications as well.
Pandya gave an interview to journalist Vimal Kumar on Tuesday, after the victory of the Men in Blue in the third Twenty20 International that took place in St. Kitts (August 2). The all-rounder made this statement while admitting that he would have to depend on luck if he were to bowl to the middle-order batters in the Indian lineup.
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WI vs IND 2022: What did Hardik Pandya say?
“You’re going to have to experiment with different ways to keep them calm. If those guys are in good touch, I won’t be able to accomplish anything. Because of this, I shall have to rely on luck and my own abilities,” Hardik said.
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The middle order for India has performed well in times of peril, especially in circumstances in which the top order has been unable to get going. Since Dinesh Karthik took over as the team’s finisher before the home series against South Africa in June 2022, the Baroda all-rounder has also done a good job in his new position.