Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya. (Picture Supply: Twitter/ICC)

Former Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan has stated that star all-rounder Hardik Pandya ought to bat on the quantity 4 place as it will likely be an excellent place for him. The veteran left-arm pacer stated that Pandya understands what the crew requires and performs in line with the scenario.

Pandya was in some wonderful contact through the 2022 Indian Premier League (IPL) as his crew Gujarat Titans (GT) went on to win the version of their very first look.  The celebrity all-rounder performed a number of match-winning knocks for his crew. The suitable-handed batter is constant his good contact for the nationwide crew as nicely within the ongoing T20I collection towards South Africa.

Hardik Pandya will not be trying rushed: Zaheer Khan

Chatting with Cricbuzz, Zaheer stated, “He wish to be quantity 4 ideally. He does perceive what the crew requires and the way he ought to mould his sport. In the event you lose early wickets, at quantity 5. that’s the scenario he thrives upon. Since this IPL, it is vitally seen that he’s having fun with such a problem. He isn’t trying rushed. In order that’s the fantastic thing about his batting in the mean time. And that’s the half I’m having fun with. As a batter, in case you really feel that ‘I’m in management and I can change the gears any time I require’, that’s if you get that confidence.”

“Once you lose early wickets as a crew, you want a temperament like that. Somebody who’s assured of his potential, but additionally absorbs strain which implies slowing down. So, if he can preserve this way and bowl, then that’s one of the best factor for sustaining the crew’s steadiness. So. Rahul Dravid might be very completely happy, and the Indian crew administration might be very completely happy,” he added.

The star all-rounder Pandya might be seen in motion through the fifth and closing T20I match to be performed between India and South Africa. The match might be performed on the M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on June 19 (Sunday).

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