T20 World Cup: Hardik Pandya suffered a shoulder injury, was taken for scan, Team India’s tension increased
Hardik Pandya has been troubled by a back injury and now he is hurt again. In such a situation it is a matter of great concern for India.
Bad news has come for India in the very first match of the ICC T20 World Cup. Such a news that will increase his worries. Hardik Pandya not bowling was likewise a matter of concern for the team as he is troubled by his back injury.
It was expected that he would recover soon and be seen bowling in this World Cup. He himself said this before the start of the match against Pakistan, but while batting, he injured his right shoulder.
While batting, the ball hit his right shoulder. The BCCI came to know about this and told that he has been taken for a scan. The BCCI said, “Hardik Pandya was hit in the right shoulder while batting. He has now gone for a scan.”
Pandya hasn’t bowled for a long time. He played for Mumbai Indians in the second phase of IPL-2021 but could not bowl in a single match. His non-bowling has been a topic of discussion in Indian cricket for a long time. Before the match, however, he had spoken about it and said that he can be seen bowling during the knockouts in this World Cup.
Before the start of the match, Pandya had said on Star Sports. “My back is fine. It was a problem, but I am not bowling right now. I will start bowling slowly. Around the knockouts. Professionals and I have to take a decision together on when I will bowl.
failed to bat
Pandya’s bat has also been quiet for a long time. Even in the second phase of the IPL, he could not do much with the bat. Even in the match against Pakistan, Pandya’s bat did not work. He scored an unbeaten 40 against Punjab Kings.
But apart from that, he could not do anything special. Pandya played eight balls and scored 11 runs with the help of two fours. He came to bat at a time when the team expected a stormy innings from him but Pandya could not do that work and got injured during this time.