5 Indian cricketers who can form a good finishing pair with Hardik Pandya in T20Is
India would need some of the best finishers to turn tables for them in T20 World Cup 2021.
Updated - Dec 8, 2020 4:49 pm
Team India is considered as one of the dominating sides across all the formats of the game. The cut-throat competition in the current team has even made great players wait for their chance in the playing XI. Talking about the T20I format of the game, Hardik Pandya is in red hot form for his team. The way he has pulled off chases for men in blue in recent times is awe-inspiring, and it is becoming his regular feature now.
As T20 World Cup is scheduled in 2021, all the cricketing nations around the world would be putting their best foot forward to grab the limelight. In the same reference, India would need some of the best finishers to turn tables for them. As Hardik is already at his utter best, if a player pairs up with him perfectly, it will be a cherry on the cake. Keeping in mind the coming up T20 World Cup, let’s take a look at-
Here are 5 players who can pair up with Hardik Pandya as great finishers:
1. Ravindra Jadeja
The way Jadeja has leveled up his batting in recent times is beyond incredible. He has played match-winning knock for the struggling Indian side on numerous occasions. His capacities with the ball and epic display on the field are added benefits that come with Jadeja over his batting class.
In the T20I series against Australia, Jadeja flaunted his class yet again in the opening T20I. He has turned up to be one of the most preferred options in the national side while counting the team for limited overs squad. In the recent turn of events, though CSK struggled to make a mark in IPL 2020, Jadeja was at his very with the bat.
Talking of the squad that would play for India in the upcoming T20 World Cup in 2021, Jadeja can be considered as one of the best finishers, along with Hardik Pandya for India. The right and left-hand combination of the duo will have the capacities to pull out the team from the crunch spot.