Hardik Pandya is Part of the Team in T20 WC because of Mahi!

India suffered a 10-wicket loss to Pakistan in the opening match of the Super-12, making it a must-win for the team against New Zealand on Sunday.
Source: Google, Image by- YouTube
Source: Google, Image by- YouTube

T20 world cup 2021: Hardik Pandya has started bowling in the nets after months. It is believed that he will return as an all-rounder in the team for the important T20 World Cup match against New Zealand. If he is selected in the team, then India will get the option of the required sixth bowler.

Hardik last bowled in the Sri Lanka series

India suffered a 10-wicket loss to Pakistan in the opening match of the Super-12, making it a must-win for the team against New Zealand on Sunday.

Source: Google, Image by- DNA India
Source: Google, Image by- DNA India

Hardik was not able to bowl. The balance of the team was disturbed. Hardik last bowled in the Sri Lanka series in July and did not bowl a single over in the United Arab Emirates while playing for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

Under the supervision of Indian head coach Ravi Shastri and mentor Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian team is preparing vigorously for the comeback against New Zealand. Hardik practised fiercely on the net with Team India's mentor Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

Big disclosure

Pictures of practice also came on social media in which Dhoni is seen giving advice to Hardik. Meanwhile, a big disclosure has come about the selection of Hardik Pandya.

Source: Google, Image by- The Quint
Source: Google, Image by- The Quint

At the same time, the news is coming that after seeing Pandya's form in IPL-2021, the selectors had decided to send him back to India, but then Mahendra Singh Dhoni was appointed as the mentor of Team India for this World Cup and MS Dhoni did not let this happen.

An English newspaper has disclosed this in its report. The newspaper quoted the source as saying that Dhoni stopped Pandya because of his finishing ability.

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