‘Too Many Mistakes By Hardik Pandya…’: Former Indian cricketer criticises

‘Too Many Mistakes By Hardik Pandya...': Former Indian cricketer criticises the captain of the Mumbai Indians

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Mumbai Indians skipper Hardik Pandya’s squad lost for the third time in a row on Tuesday, marking the team’s seventh loss of the 2024 Indian Premier League.

At the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow on Tuesday, the Hardik Pandya-led Mumbai Indians took on KL Rahul’s Lucknow Super Giants, suffering their seventh and third straight loss in the IPL 2024.

The five-time winners’ chances of finishing in the top four were severely lowered by this defeat; they are currently only six points short of ninth place in the rankings.After the game, a former cricket player from India chastised Hardik Pandya, saying that the squad has suffered greatly as a result of the new captain’s multiple errors in IPL 2024.”Jasprit Bumrah wasn’t on the Mumbai Indians squad that made it to the playoffs the previous year, but this season they had him available.

They are still in this predicament. only as a result of poor on-field management of the team. Hardik Pandya, their captain, has made far too many blunders. It’s the reality,” Irfan wrote on social media.Pandya, who succeeded Rohit Sharma as skipper this season, has been under heavy criticism because of the Mumbai Indians’ difficult IPL 2024 campaign.

Several IPL 2024 locations, notably Wankhede Stadium, home of the Mumbai Indians, have witnessed jeers directed towards Hardik.This season, he hasn’t shown much promise with the bat or the ball.Tuesday’s match versus LSG saw Pandya get the boot in favour of a golden duck. He has only managed to score 197 runs at an average of 21.88 and claim 6 wickets in 10 matches

Because he is Gujarati and our ICC board selector, Mr. Shah, is also Gujarati, he was chosen as vice captain for the T20 World Cup.Given that Nita Ambani is also Gujarati, Mumbai, India even made him captain.This is known as open favouritism, when someone who doesn’t deserve to be a vice captain gets given tea.

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