Hardik Pandya may Announce his Retirement soon, created sensation by giving his own Statement

Indian team all-rounder Hardik Pandya was given the responsibility of captaincy in the T20 series against New Zealand. In which he played an important role and beat the visiting team 2-1. During this, Pandya impressed a lot with batting and bowling. Especially he proved to be very economical in bowling. Because of which he was also chosen Man of the Series. But after a great performance, he can pull his hands out of this format of cricket.

Will Hardik Pandya retire from this format?

Hardik Pandya is the main link of Team India. Along with smoky batting, he also plays the role of fifth bowling. His presence in the team gives additional strength to India. At the same time, he has impressed a lot with his captaincy in T20 format. But he said such a thing during the press conference that his supporters may get a big shock.

Speaking at the press conference after winning the last match of the New Zealand series, Indian captain Hardik Pandya made a big disclosure on his plans and return to Test cricket, saying, “Right now, I am going to focus on white-ball cricket, which is important, and if the time is right and the body is right.” If he is really thinking like this, then Team India may get a big blow.

Can say goodbye to test cricket

Players who play Test cricket are given more importance. But gradually with the changing cricket, there has been a change in the batting style of the players. Every player has made himself an expert in any one of the three formats of cricket. Because of which that player is selected by the board to play in the same format.

If we talk about Hardik Pandya, then he could not give anything special in Test cricket. But he looks amazing with the white ball. Please tell that Pandya made his debut with Red Ball in the year 2017 and played his last match against England in the year 2018.

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He has played 11 Test matches in almost a year, scoring 532 runs at an average of 31.29. In which 1 century and 4 half-centuries are also included, if we talk about bowling, Hardik has taken 17 wickets in 11 Tests so far. After these figures, it can be said that Test cricket does not suit him. That is why he wants to focus on the white ball.

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