INDvsAUS: Hardik Pandya bowled for the first time in a year, did this amazing

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Sydney: Indian all rounder Hardik Pandya (Hardik Pandya) Made a comeback after back surgery he had a year earlier against Australia during the second ODI (IND vs AUS) Bowled in top level cricket for the first time. After the initial ODI two days ago, Pandya said that he would bowl in ‘important’ matches and only when the time is right.

Hardik Pandya enters the field with new technic
Hardik Pandya has also made some changes in his bowling action to reduce the pressure on the body. Pandya came out to bowl when his team came under pressure, in which he put a good first over. He is in great form running Steve Smith (Steve Smith) And Marnus Labuschen (Marnus labuschagne) Only 5 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In his second over, Pandya gave away just 4 runs, in which the Australians found it a little difficult to play his slow ball. In the third over, he enticed Smith to play short and wide ball which seemed to be part of his plan and it went straight into Mohammed Shami’s hands touching the Australian’s bat. Earlier, his ‘delivery stride’ was more towards the side but it was seen from the front of the chest which he has done to reduce the pressure on his body.

24 Pandya took wicket by giving run
When the Indian bowlers were having trouble, Pandya took one wicket for 24 runs in four overs. With 10 months left in the ICC T20 World Cup, Pandya had indicated that he would bowl keeping in mind the long-term goals and the big tournament. Pandya underwent back surgery in the UK in October last year. His back has been troubling him since the Test series in England in 2018. Due to this surgery, he remained out of cricket for about a year. The all-rounder played the last T20 international against South Africa in September 2019.

After the upcoming ODI, Pandya said that he will bowl in ‘important’ matches and only when the time is right.

Hardik Pandya enters the field with new technic
Hardik Pandya has also made some changes in his bowling action to reduce the pressure on the body. Pandya came out to bowl when his team came under pressure, in which he put a good first over. He is in excellent form running Steve Smith (Steve Smith) And Marnus Labuschen (Marnus labuschagne) Only 5 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. In his second over, Pandya conceded just 4 runs, in which the Australian players found it difficult to play his slow ball. In the third over, he enticed Smith to play the short and wide ball which seemed to be part of his plan and it went directly into the hands of Mohammed Shami, touching this Australian bat. Earlier, his ‘delivery stride’ was more on the side but on Sunday it was seen from the front of the chest which he has done to reduce the pressure on his body.

Pandya took wickets for 24 runs
When the Indian bowlers were having trouble, Pandya took one wicket for 24 runs in four overs. With 10 months left in the ICC T20 World Cup, Pandya hinted on Friday that he would be bowling keeping in mind the long-term goals and the big tournament. Pandya underwent back surgery in the UK in October last year. His back has been troubling him since the Test series in England in 2018. Due to this surgery, he remained out of cricket for about a year. The all-rounder played the last T20 international against South Africa in September 2019.

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