New Delhi: Former India cricketer. Saba Karim has questioned the inclusion of all-rounder Hardik Pandya in the Indian squad for the ICC T20 World Cup scheduled to commence in the Oman and UAE next month when there’s a address mark on his wellness.
Pandya has moreover missed Mumbai Indians’ to begin with two matches in the moment leg of IPL in Dubai.
One isn’t beyond any doubt when the five-time IPL champions, who are battling to qualify for the Play-offs this season, will field him.
He has barely been given the ball even in spite of the fact that chief selector Chetan Sharma had stated at the time of reporting the ICC T20 World Cup squad that the all-rounder was flawlessly fit to bowl in the shortest format.
T20 World Cup: Saba Karim Questions BCCI
“One thing is clear, Hardik Pandya is a big player for the Indian team. But the question is when he was selected in the Indian team, was he fit at that time. If he was fit at that time, then his selection is justified. He is not played the two matches so far for Mumbai (Indians), so when was he injured. Did it happen during the Indian team selection or while preparing for IPL? It is important to explain these things.”
the former India team selector said on the YouTube
“Hardik’s training well. He’s been near to playing. We’re clearly balancing desires of our group and the needs of Group India as well.