Ashish Nehra Thinks Hardik Pandya Shouldn’t Be “Put Under Pressure To Bowl”. Here’s Why

Ashish Nehra Thinks Hardik Pandya Shouldn’t Be “Put Under Pressure To Bowl”. Here’s Why

Hardik Pandya’s performance will be important in India-South Africa T20I series.AFP

Hardik Pandya His performance as the captain of the Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 impressed everyone. In his first season, he performed with both bat and ball to lead his team to the title. In the final against Rajasthan Royals, Pandya scored 3/17 in four overs and then scored a crucial 34 runs. His all-round performance earned him the ‘Player of the Match’ award for the title. It is also a good thing for the Indian cricket team that will face South Africa in the five-match T20I series starting on Thursday. However, the coach of the Gujarat Titans Ashish Nehra He said that after a long IPL, it would be wise not to put too much pressure on Pandya in the beginning.

Hardik Pandya is a name that is always in the news whether he will bowl or not. I think from the very beginning it has been the case that Hardik Pandya is a player who can fit in any team like a batsman. In any format. I would also say in Test matches the way he bats. But for now, we are talking about T20, if he bowls, it gives extra benefit to the team, Nehra said. In an interview with Cricbuzz.

“The Indian team’s strategy is to always look forward to it because none of the top order batsmen bowl. So, sometimes, it has been seen that Hardik is your fifth bowler, so on them. Bowling is pressure. He is fit, he likes to bowl. But it is better not to be pressured to bowl four overs each time. For this you have to play five expert bowlers and Hardik Pandya becomes the sixth option.

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“I’m not saying that Hardik Pandya can’t be the fifth bowling option. The kind of talent he has could be your second or third bowler. But as an all-rounder, he’s still injured. A long IPL, if he manages to get four overs, it will be great, but if it is made slowly, it will be better. Need to keep a close eye on

Pandya has returned to the Indian cricket squad after the 2021 T20 World Cup and his performance will be closely watched.

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