Hardik Pandya was instrumental with the bat for the Mumbai Indians (MI) in their match versus the Punjab Kings (PBKS). The right-handed batsman produced 40* with a strike rate of 133.33 to assist the Rohit Sharma-led team win by six wickets. lets discuss about Hardik on How Things Changed After Shami’s Bouncer Hit Him.
Hardik on How Things Changed After Shami’s Bouncer Hit Him
Pandya was hit hard by a quick bouncer delivered by Mohammed Shami, and the 27-year-old also claimed that everything was changed for him afterwards. Pandya also confessed that it was difficult for him out in the centre before Shami’s blow.
Pandya also believes that every chance is a tremendous opportunity for a player to help his team succeed and become a hero.
“To be honest, I will give credit to Mohammed Shami as well because the ball I got hit, I told Pollard that this woke me up and this changed things for me. Before that, I was finding it difficult. Over the period of time, I have realized when I make sure that every game, every opportunity is a new opportunity”.
“You can be a hero and can make your team win. I forget what has happened in the past and I make sure to give my 100 percent,” said Hardik Pandya.
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) September 28, 2021
I think it is more about being ready when you are called to play: Nathan Coulter Nile
Mumbai Indians (MI) speedster Nathan Coulter Nile said that Adam Milne ought to start in the matches for the Mumbai Indians. The right-arm pacer continued by saying that when called up, a player must ensure that he is ready to contribute to the squad.
“I think it is more about being ready. Adam Milne deserved the right to start us off. He was bowling fast in the warm-up games, so he got the start but we did not get the results we wanted. You have to make sure that you are prepared when you are called to play,” said Nathan Coulter Nile.
The Mumbai Indians will face the Delhi Capitals (DC) in their next IPL encounter on October 2, 2021.