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Hardik Pandya will prove to be a game changer in T20 World Cup, former captain claimed so

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Star all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been the subject of discussion ever since his spectacular return to the Indian Premier League. Hardik Pandya’s form is being considered very important in view of the T20 World to be held in Australia this year. Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar also believes that Hardik Pandya can prove to be a game changer for Team India not only with the bat but also with the ball in the World Cup.

Sunil Gavaskar says that Hardik Pandya can be a good option for India even with the new ball. The former captain said, “Hardik Pandya will prove to be a game changer for India. He will play an important role for India not only in the World Cup but in all the upcoming matches. Whether he bats at number five or bowls first or second change. He can also be seen bowling with the new ball.

Hardik Pandya made a great comeback in Team India by playing an innings of 31 runs in 12 balls against South Africa. Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith said about Hardik Pandya, “You need a finisher. But Hardik Pandya gives all-rounder package to Team India in the selection.

Pandya is so important

Smith considers Pandya very important for the balance of Team India. The former African captain said, “Thanks to Hardik Pandya, you get a chance to take the field with an extra spinner. Or you can also choose an extra batsman. Playing Hardik Pandya is very important for the balance of Team India.

Let us tell you that Hardik Pandya has also made a claim about captaincy in limited overs cricket with his spectacular return. Under the leadership of Hardik Pandya, the Gujarat team managed to become the winner in its first season itself.

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