IPL 2021: MI’s Hardik Pandya in beast mode ahead of IPL 2021 Phase 2, Can he turn it around in UAE leg? Watch video

IPL 2021: MI's Hardik Pandya in beast mode ahead of IPL 2021 Phase 2, Can he turn it around in UAE leg? Watch video
IPL 2021: MI's Hardik Pandya in beast mode ahead of IPL 2021 Phase 2, Can he turn it around in UAE leg? Watch video

IPL 2021: MI’s Hardik Pandya in blazing form ahead of IPL 2021 Phase 2: Good news has surfaced for Mumbai Indians as their star player Hardik Pandya is back in form ahead of the second leg of IPL 2021 in UAE. In a recent video shared by Hardik Pandya on his Instagram, the right-handed allrounder was seen undertaking a wide range of shots during the team’s practice session at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi.

 

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A minute long clip commenced with Pandya interacting with fans if they are excited to see his batting. Right from over the ropes hits to grounded fours and even the solid defence, Hardik Pandya displayed all varities from his willow.

IPL 2021: Hardik Pandya’s performance in Phase 1

Mumbai Indians (MI) will lock horns with Chennai Super Kings (CSK)on September 19 which will also be the first contest of the second leg of IPL 2021 in the UAE.

Hardik’s performance in the first half of IPL 2021 has not been anything special. He has scored just 52 runs in 7 matches at an average of 8.66. During this, his highest score was just 16 runs.

Talking about the bowling, he did not bowl a single over. Now in the second phase of IPL 2021, fans are excited to see some promising performance from Hardik Pandya.

IPL 2021: MI’s Hardik Pandya in blazing form ahead of IPL 2021 Phase 2

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Will Hardik Pandya be back in attack with the ball?

While the MI player has not been seen rolling his arms with the ball in the MI camp as of now, fans might see his action with the ball  in the remaining matches of the tournament. Besides, Pandya didn’t even bowl even a single delivery in IPL 2020 as he had recently recovered from his back injury then.

The right arm medium pacer was he can be seen in action with the ball during India tour of Sri Lanka in July. While he returned with decent figures in the ODIs, his T20I outing with the ball had been a little haywire- economy- 8.50, wicket-1.

With optimum fitness now, Pandya could fairly lend his services with the ball in the upcoming matches provided he practices some disciplined bowling in the nets.

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