Yusuf Pathan 72 Runs In IPL History For KKR

Yusuf Pathan 72 Runs Innings For KKR Agaisnt SRH

Hardik Pandya is a young promising lad who was born in 1993 and plays for Baroda Domestic Team for India. He has recently been tried in the T20 series against Australia for the year 2016.

He is a right arm fast medium bowler with an all-round capability of batting with right hand. He is known for his IPL 2015 performance with the bat and ball. Selectors were definitely impressed and wanted to try him. He made his first T20 debut on 26 January 2016 against Australia.

Despite the fact that he has some awards to his name back at home, Hardik started his T20 career playing for Indian National side with a horrible over in which he threw 5 wide balls. The video we are presenting is the most thrilling and amazing video of cricket today as this type of opening start is very rarely found for any Indian bowler.

Hardik won the ‘Yes bank maximum sixes award’ back at home by scoring 61 of 31 balls and winning that match for India. He is considered a match winner in domestic cricket so far.

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Lets take a look at what he did in the T20. The Aussies were attaching Indian bowlers when Hardik was brought back into the attack to contain the mighty Australians. He was trying to bowl Yorkers.

He did not bowl very badly at all, taking 2 wickets for 37 runs. Aaron Finch also said that he was impressed by Hardik. Dhoni supported his lad by saying that he will bring the stability in the side.

He struggled initially when he came to bowl. Dhoni had faith in him. He was bowling the Yorkers effectively. His Yorkers did not let the Aussies open their arms freely for long time. He is used to playing in the lights. He was playing in Australia for the first time under pressure internationally.

India knew when Finch and Smith were batting, Pandya can deliver some good quality fast balls. But instead, he started balling horribly when Australia were just above 50 runs for 1 wicket.

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