Twitter Reacts To Hardik Pandya Bowling In Nets Before Match Vs. NZ

Hardik Pandya has become the talk of the town after he suffered an injury in the biggest cricket match of the year so far. The Indian cricket team locked horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in their first Super 12 match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium last Sunday. The Pakistan cricket team beat the Indian cricket team by ten wickets in a one-sided encounter.

Many fans expected the Men in Blue to win the match because they were unbeaten in all of the previous World Cup matches between India and Pakistan. However, that winning streak ended on Sunday. Team India needed someone to finish the innings properly after Virat Kohli’s half-century. However, it did not happen.

Hardik Pandya could not impress much in the India vs. Pakistan match

Hardik Pandya played a fantastic knock against the Pakistan cricket team during the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Final. However, he could not play a similar knock against the Pakistan cricket team in Dubai last Sunday.


India needed a finisher and a sixth bowling option. Fans had the expectations that Hardik Pandya would deliver in the two roles. But it did not happen. Instead, Hardik got injured and did not contribute much to the team.

BCCI gave a big update about the all-rounder

Recently, the BCCI posted a few photos from the training session of the Indian cricket team ahead of their big match against the New Zealand cricket team. India vs. New Zealand match is set to happen this Sunday at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

In a special tweet for Hardik Pandya, BCCI posted three photos from his net session. One of them featured him batting, and the other two were of his bowling. While Hardik had said he will bowl only during knockouts, it seems he will bowl in Super 12 soon. Here are the top Twitter reactions to his bowling:







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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