𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – IND vs AUS: The Indian cricket team is currently on an Australian tour. There is a series of three ODI matches between Australia and India. In which the Indian team had to face a crushing defeat in the first match.
The bowling of the Indian team was very poor in this match. After which now the players of the Indian team and their current captain Virat Kohli are getting a lot of criticism all around.
Everyone is feeling very much an all-rounder in the Indian team. He is now expecting great bowling from Hardik Pandya as well. And Hardik Pandya is also seen mentioning this.
He has said that he also wants to bowl according to the situation. In the press conference of this match, Hardik Pandya said that I am doing a lot of work on my bowling.
He said I will bowl when the right time comes. The Australian team won the toss in the first ODI and batting first, scored 374 runs in the prescribed 50 overs.
He said that when I start bowling, I want to bowl at a pace that is very important for international cricket.
He further said that our eyes are on the upcoming T20 World Cup and other important tournaments.
In which our bowling becomes very important, let us tell you that now there are 10 months left in the International T20 World Cup.
He further said that when you are chasing a score of 375 runs, then everyone should bat with great vigor. Apart from that, there is nothing else you can do. You cannot make any fall-out strategies for the match.
On the sixth option, Hardik Pandya said that the Indian team should consider all-rounders. Because the sixth bowler is now very important for the team.
If you get on the field with five bowlers, then it will always be difficult. Because if any bowler’s day is not good then you will have no option left to fill his role.
More than the injury, it is about the role of the sixth bowler. During this time, Hardik Pandya.
while talking about his elder brother Krunal Pandya, talked about giving him a chance or inclusion in the team. He said that you can take other names or should only look in the Pandya family.