Recently, the Indian cricket team’s depth has been talked about a lot. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), despite having the majority of the key players in England, named a formidable squad for three One-Day Internationals and as many Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka. Furthermore, the visiting team, led by Shikhar Dhawan, won the ODI series after registering emphatic victories in the first two games.
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Hardik Pandya is one of the few experienced names in India’s squad facing Sri Lanka. Asked about Team India’s strength, the 27-year-old said that its rich pool of young cricketers ensures the national squad never runs out of potential players. Even the Baroda cricketer claimed that the selectors could pick two more competitive international teams that could win any tournament in the world.
Hardik Pandya opines on Team India’s bench strength
“Even in the main team, our roles are very clear. Pandya told Mykhel.com, “With the kind of talent our Indian team has right now, we are capable of picking up two more teams and winning any competition worldwide.” The ongoing Sri Lanka tour hasn’t yielded much results so far for Pandya.
He didn’t bat in the first ODI, but he bagged a three-ball duck in the second game and couldn’t score much in the third game. Although his numbers don’t match Pandya’s, the all-rounder isn’t overly concerned about his form. Instead, he said he learns from his mistakes and becomes a better player as a result..
“In life, you need to keep growing. As a player and a person, you need to keep growing. My process is just growing as a human being. You tend to make mistakes, you fail, but I like to celebrate my failures.”. In sports, there are bad days. It’s part of the game. It teaches you a lot. I like to remember them. I’m 100 percent (fit), it’s just about game time. The more I play, the better I get,” he said.
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