MS Dhoni

All-rounder Hardik Pandya added one more quill to his cap as he drove Group India to a 2-1 triumph in the three-match T20I series against Sri Lanka. The hosts secured a 91-run prevail upon Sri Lanka in the third and last T20I match on Saturday in Rajkot after Suryakumar Yadav crushed 112 not out off 51 balls and directed Group India to 228/5. Afterward, the guests were packaged out for 137 as India guaranteed a triumph by 91 runs. In the wake of starting their schedule year with a T20I series win, the Hardik Pandya-drove side has been getting a great deal of commendation from the fans and previous cricketers. Notwithstanding, previous India captain Ajay Jadeja has a recommendation for the Indian side that they ought to remember all the more all-rounders for their playing XI in the restricted overs design.

Jadeja featured that previous India captain Mahendra Singh was a “champion” as far as choosing his playing XI as he had numerous choices with regards to all-rounders.

“Assuming I have five bowlers and I’m playing, you know precisely, possibly I will bowl X, Y, or Z. In this way, you can design as a resistance, yet in the event that I have seven-eight bowlers who could bowl at various stages. How does the resistance design against you? Thus, you run the game. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was a boss at it,” expressed Jadeja on Cricbuzz.

There’ll be days that Ravindra [Jadeja] didn’t bowl a solitary ball. Say, in the event that you put in each of the four [Hardik Pandya, Washington Sundar, Axar Patel, Ravindra Jadeja], you can play every one of the four. What’s up with that? Since they can all bat all around ok,” he added.

The previous player further expressed, “It’s simply a wild thought. You might in fact add another all-rounder, say, bowler all-rounder, Ashwin sort of an individual too. The issue is that you actually keep the main five-six batsmen, then add these folks as all-rounders and the bowling is somewhat more vulnerable.”