Hardik Pandya, who teamed up with the Mumbai Indians franchise six years ago, has given the team many victories with his Dhanadhan innings. He also got a place in Team India with his great performance.
Hardik Pandya, who teamed up with the Mumbai Indians franchise six years ago, has given the team many victories with his Dhanadhan innings. He also earned a place in the team with great performance. However, his performance has lacked consistency over the past few months due to fitness issues. Facing consecutive failures. Pandya, who has made a name for himself as a star all-rounder, is currently unable to do full justice to that name. He is having a hard time bowling. Due to this he lost his place in the team India for the series against New Zealand. The Mumbai Indians also dropped him during the recent IPL retention-2022 process. Only Rohit Sharma, Jaspreet Bumra, Suryakumar Yadav and Kieran Pollard have been retained. With this, Pandya will go to the IPL auction again. The all-rounder posted an emotional video on Instagram recalling his journey with the Mumbai Indians in the background.
Hardik posted a video saying ‘My journey with Mumbai Indians’ ..’ I will keep my journey and memories with this team with me for the rest of my life. I am constantly grateful for the friendships I have made, the bonds I have formed, the people, the fans. When I was with you, I grew up not only as a cricketer but also personally. I entered cricket as a teenager with big big dreams. We played together .. we fought together .. we won together .. we lost together. Every moment I spend with this team has a special place in my heart. No matter how great the bonds, there will always be an end to it. But the Mumbai Indians will remain in my heart. ‘
Half century in 14 balls .. Finished the match in 20 minutes .. Dabide dibide bowlers with sixes and fours.!
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