“I want to bring the World Cup for my nation”: Hardik Pandya

Jeremy Caroll

An Indian fast-bowling all-rounder Hardik Pandya, said while India’s disastrous performance in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 “everything was thrown at me.”

The Indian National Cricket Team had a terrible run in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021, losing two games in a row to open the tournament and finally being knocked out in the semi-finals. Furthermore, Hardik Pandya, who was suffering from fitness issues during the competition, was criticised for his inability to bowl consistently.

Hardik Pandya told Boria Majumdar on ‘Backstage with Boria’ that he was chosen for India’s World Cup squad as a pure batter, but that he worked hard and bowled in a match when he wasn’t meant to.

“Because of our situation, I felt like everything was thrown at me throughout the World Cup.”As a batter, I was chosen for the team. I tried my hardest to bowl in the first game, but I was unable to do so.”I was not authorised to bowl in the second one but i still did” Hardik said on Backstage with Boria.

“I enjoy being an all-rounder. I don’t know what will happen if something goes wrong, but my plans are geared at playing as an all-rounder. I’m feeling positive and powerful, and only time will tell what unfolds” He continued.

“I want to bring the World Cup for my nation,” says Hardik Pandya.

Hardik Pandya, who hasn’t played international cricket since the T20 World Cup in 2021, has stated that he wants to win the World Cup for India and that he wants to be at the top of his fitness for the main event.

“My main ambition is to do well during the World Cup.” My entire training, planning, and preparation has been aimed towards the World Cup. I want to lead my country in winning the World Cup. It will fill me with excitement and pride. Hardik said, “It’s like an obsession with me.”

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