India’s leading fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah will not be under any pressure to make a comeback. India’s ‘star’ all-rounder Hardik Pandya has made it clear that he will be given enough time to recover from injury and return to the team’s final XI. Jaybandi Bumrah’s absence from the team took a big hit for India during the recently concluded Asia Cup T20. He is now back in the team, but was not immediately given a chance in the final eleven in the first T20 of the series against Australia. In the same background, Hardik explained the approach of team management.
Bumrah was rested during the Asia Cup due to back pain. Now Australia as well as the Bumrah has returned to the Indian team for the series against Africa. We all know the importance of Bumrah in the team. Yes, India’s bowling is a concern right now, but let’s see… even this can be resolved. We have full faith in the bowlers. Currently, the team consists of the best 15 players in the country. “We are the best, that’s why we are in the team,” said Hardik who recovered the bowlers’ falling side.
Hardik Pandya has been in form since this year’s IPL. He scored an unbeaten 71 off 30 balls against Australia as well, helping India reach the double century mark. ‘Yes, I have been performing well lately, but I am always thinking about how to make a good performance even better. I did not think much about my progress so far, success and failure. I had a goal in mind for Tuesday’s fight. which was achieved. Now for the next match, there will be an attempt to take a step ahead’, says Pandya.