Hardik Pandya: Dilip doshi says hardik pandya plays based on his past reputation


  • Dhoni allegedly kept Pandya on the team
  • Sandeep Patil Says Hardik Should Have Taken A Fitness Test
  • Former India Captain Deepil Joshi vs. Pandya

Dubai: The controversy surrounding Hardik Pandya’s inclusion in India’s T20 World Cup squad has reached a new level. Pandya’s performance in the game against Pakistan did not live up to expectations. The batsman, who has not bowled for months, has also fainted at batting. Pandya has not been able to play in the IPL due to injury. The question now is why such a player was included in the national team.

It is reported that the selectors were ready to recover Pandya after the IPL. However, on the advice of team advisor MS Dhoni, Pandya was allowed to remain on the team. Dhoni said that Pandya’s ability to shoot would help the Indian team. The question that arises is why a player who has to retire due to constant injury should play for the national team before he is fully fit.

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Former India captain and coach Sandeep Patil warned that some will have to answer for playing with Pandya. Sandeep Patil has said that the selectors are responsible if an injured player plays for the Indian team. Hardik had to undergo a physical fitness test after the IPL. He added that it should be included in the team only after this.

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Dilip Joshi, one of India’s greatest spinners of all time, also questions Pandya’s place in the national team. Hardik Pandya and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are playing for the Indian team only on the basis of their previous performance. They do not currently stand out. R Ashwin is still the best spinner. Dilip Joshi said that he should have been included in the team.

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