“Might Come To Us Next Year”- Hardik Pandya Wants Retired Player To Play For Gujarat Titans In IPL 2023

Gujarat Titans have been one of the most impressive teams in IPL 2022. The Titans are currently 1st on the points table with 16 points from 10 matches. They are very close to sealing a berth in the playoffs. Tonight, GT will be in action against the Mumbai Indians at the Brabourne Stadium. Ahead of that game, Hardik Pandya has expressed his wish to have a Mumbai Indians star on his team.

In a special video released by the Gujarat Titans ahead of Hardik Pandya’s first match against his former team Mumbai Indians, the all-rounder sent a message to Kieron Pollard. Many fans would know that Pollard recently announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket.

Pandya wished that Pollard had a good day in the office today, but the Gujarat Titans emerged victorious against the Mumbai Indians. He even jokingly messaged him that he might even possibly play for the Ahmedabad-based franchise in the next season of the Indian Premier League.


“I wish Polly to have the best day for him, but we win. I kind of messaged him a few days as well that hope you’re okay and hope you’re doing well. In a joking way, I said ‘You never know, you might come to us next year!’ It’s my wish but I know it’s never going to happen,” said Hardik. 

Gujarat captain Hardik Pandya and Kieron Pollard won multiple IPL trophies together while playing for Mumbai Indians

Many cricket fans would know that Mumbai Indians was the first IPL franchise of Hardik Pandya. At that time, Kieron Pollard was his teammate. They were together at MI till IPL 2021. MI then released Hardik from their squad, while they retained Pollard.


Hardik and Pollard will play against each other for the first time in an IPL match today. It will be exciting to see who wins the battle between the two all-rounders.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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