Hardik’s bowling form worries the former Indian veteran ahead of the World Cup

Ahead of the 2023 World Cup, former Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar is concerned about the bowling form of the team’s star all-rounder Hardik Pandya. He said Hardik Pandya’s bowling was a concern. Hardik Pandya most recently played the final game of the T20 series on the West Indies tour, failing to bowl his quota and proving costly.

Hardik spent 32 runs in the match with an economy of 10.70 and failed to score. Hardik has been named vice-captain of Team India in the Asian Cup and is expected to become vice-captain as well. In such a situation, Hardik’s bowling will become very important at the World Cup. Sanjay Manjrekar spoke about Hardik’s bowling on Star Sports.

He said: “Hardik Pandya’s form is a bit of a concern, his bowling because at the World Cup you have to do a lot of physical work because you need him not just as a batsman but as a rounder so he needs 6-7 wickets in each inning.” Over is expected. When India won the World Cup in 2011 it was thanks to the likes of Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh who also bowled a few pitches as batsmen so Hardik Pandya’s bowling is very important.”

Let us tell you that Hardik Pandya, who captained India in the absence of Rohit Sharma against the West Indies, also failed with the racquet. In the series decider, he was only able to score 14 runs in 18 balls. At the same time, Hardik scored a total of 77 runs in the five-game T20 series.

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