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IND vs SA T20: Former Australian cricketer Brad Hodge called this Indian player the ‘Most Valuable Player of World Cricket’

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Brad Hogg On Hardik Pandya: KL Rahul was made the captain for the 5 T20 matches against South Africa. But KL Rahul was ruled out of the entire series due to injury. After which Rishabh Pant was made the captain of the Indian team. At the same time, Hardik Pandya was given the responsibility of vice-captaincy. Earlier, under the leadership of Hardik Pandya, Gujarat Titans won the title of IPL 2022. Hardik Pandya returned to Team India after performing brilliantly in IPL 2022.

‘Demand to make Hardik Pandya the captain’

It is worth noting that in October this year, the T20 World Cup will be played on Australian soil. Almost many teams including India have started their preparations for this tournament. Meanwhile, former Australia spinner Brad Hodge has given a big statement. Actually, Brad Hodge believes that Hardik Pandya should have been made the captain of the Indian team for the South Africa series. He said that Hardik Pandya has proved himself as a captain in IPL 2022.

‘Hardik Pandya World’s Most Valuable Player’

Brad Hodge said that Hardik Pandya performed brilliantly under pressure for Gujarat Titans in IPL 2022. He made a significant contribution to the team with both bat and ball. Brad Hodge said that Hardik Pandya batted brilliantly in the death over against South Africa. He was hitting big shots from the first ball. It is not easy to do so. He further said that apart from the death overs, if Hardik Pandya gets a chance to bat in the top order, he will do well there as well. He is currently the most valuable player in T20 cricket.

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