IND vs AUS: On Friday, the first match of the three-match ODI series was played between India and Australia. In this match, Australia won by 66 runs. All-rounder Hardik Pandya, who did not bowl in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League, did not bowl for India in this match also. However, in this match, he scored 90 runs in 76 balls. After the match, Pandya told when he would start bowling.
In the press conference after the match, Hardik Pandya said, “I am working on my bowling. When the right time comes, I will bowl. Actually, I want to give 100 percent of my bowling. I want to bowl at that speed. Hoon, which is essential for international level. We are thinking ahead. We are thinking about T20 World Cup and other important tournaments where my bowling will be more important. ”
Talking about the match at the same time, Pandya said that when you chase the target of 375 runs, then everyone should play with passion. Apart from this, no one can do anything. You can not plan much.
India needs sixth bowling option- Pandya
Pandya believes that the team management should consider all-rounder options, as the sixth bowling option is necessary for the balance of the ODI team. He said, “It will always be difficult when you get down with five bowlers. Because if someone’s day is not good then you will have no one to fill his role. More than the injury it is about the role of the sixth bowling “If someone’s day is not good then it will help other bowlers.”
Asked about the all-rounder’s option, Hardik pointed to his elder brother Krunal Pandya. He said that you can take other names. Or we should look into the Pandya family itself.
This is how India lost
Significantly, Australia batted first in this match and scored 374 runs in 50 overs at the loss of six wickets. In response, the Indian team could only manage 308 runs at the loss of eight wickets in the scheduled overs. Captain Aaron Finch (114) and Steve Smith (105) played century innings for Australia.