Hardik Pandya went to his best in the 2022 Asia Cup suit versus Pakistan in August. He initially selected 3 arches for 25 runs in four overs and after that scored critical 33 not out off only 17 rounds to guide India to a 5-wicket win.

Previous Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi feels that the Pakistan cricket group requires a match-winning finisher like Hardik Pandya.

When asked by a news support if he could see any match-winner down the order in the Pakistan batting line-up, Afridi admitted that the team lacks such a gamer. Afridi stated that individuals were anticipating gamers like Asif Ali or Khushdil to play that role for Pakistan but they both have been inconsistent with their performances. He added that also Mohammad Nawaz as well as Shadab Khan lack consistency.

“We require a player like Hardik Pandya. Someone who is trustworthy, boils down the order, assists in bowling and takes responsibility to complete the suit down the order. Do you believe we have any match finisher down the order?” asked a Samaa TV support to Afridi.

“You are right. We don’t have such a finisher (like Hardik Pandya). We were expecting Asif Ali or Khushdil Shah to play that function. Also Mohammad Nawaz as well as Shadab Khan are likewise not consistent,” claimed Afridi.

Discussing Hardik, he was at his ideal in the 2022 Asia Cup suit versus Pakistan in August. He first chose 3 gates for 25 runs in four overs and then racked up crucial 33 not out off only 17 spheres to guide India to a 5-wicket win.

The all-rounder was additionally a component of the recently-concluded three-match T20I series against Australia. In the first match, he had racked up a blazing 71 not out off only 30 balls.

Hardik’s next job with the Indian group would certainly be the 2022 T20 World Mug in Australia as he has been relaxed for the upcoming white-ball collection versus South Africa.

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Last Updated: 28 September 2022