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Language , Updated: July 17th, 2022 at 8:59 pm
Manchester, Jul 17 (PTI) Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who did not bowl for a long time due to injury, on Sunday said his body is completely fine and he needs to be able to turn his back after a stellar performance in the third ODI against England. I am not having any trouble. Hardik took four wickets for 24 runs as England’s innings was reduced to 259 runs on an easy to bat pitch. This is Hardik’s best performance in ODIs. He made excellent use of short balls and on such balls Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone
Hardik took four wickets for 24 runs as England’s innings was reduced to 259 runs on an easy to bat pitch. This is Hardik’s best performance in ODIs.
He made excellent use of the short balls and took the wickets of Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone and captain Jos Buttler on such balls.
Hardik said after the Indian innings, “I had to turn my back a little bit, change my plans, I realized that this wicket was not for a ‘full length’ ball. I planned to bowl a short-ball.
When asked about Livingstone, he said, “I have always wanted to take risks on my bouncers. Livingstone also likes the shot ball. He hit two sixes on my ball but taking his wicket made a big difference in the match.
“My body is fine now,” he said. That’s why I am able to bowl so much without any problem. The captain’s role in managing my workload is superb. He knows very well when I want to bowl and when not.