Hardik Pandya, the Indian all-rounder, has come a long way and has beautifully created space for himself in the Indian squad. Hardik is currently recovering from his prolonged injury that he suffered during the Asia Cup last September in UAE. He recovered to play in the IPL 2019, however, the injury resurfaced and he had to undergo a surgery.
As the fans are anxiously waiting for Pandya to make a powerful comeback in the squad, the all-rounder is expected to be out of action for some time until he has recovered completely. But for those missing the fearless performances of Hardik Pandya, here’s something that will make you nostalgic by talking about the most memorable knock of ‘Kung Fu Pandya’.
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) January 10, 2016
The memories of Hardik Pandya scripting history by scoring 39 in an over are still very much alive in the minds of Indian cricket fans.
During the 2016 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy’s 6th game, when Baroda was in trouble playing against Delhi as 6 wickets were already bundled up and only 60 runs were scored in 12 overs. This is when Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya took things in his hands and turned the tables.
He smashed the ball in all the corners of the ground. Hardik scored 81 runs not out on just 51 deliveries, his brilliant knock included five 4s and six 6s. All thanks to the power-packed performance of Hardik Pandya, Baroda was able to manage a score of 153/6 but Hardik Pandya’s knock became the highlight of the match.
Today in Indian cricket:
1985 – Most runs off an over in FCC (36 by Ravi Shastri)
2016 – Most runs off an over in T20s (39 by Hardik Pandya)
— Deepu Narayanan (@deeputalks) January 10, 2017