now this indian legend calls hardik pandya's captaincy ordinary
now this indian legend calls hardik pandya's captaincy ordinary

Hardik Pandya's struggles as captain of the Mumbai Indians seem unending. Despite a brief period of success, their recent loss to the Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium highlighted his challenges. Pandya faced humiliation when CSK's Mahendra Singh Dhoni hit him for three consecutive sixes in the final over, much to the delight of the home crowd who still question Pandya's leadership.

Former cricketers, including Sunil Gavaskar and Kevin Pietersen, criticized Pandya's performance harshly. Gavaskar pointed out his ordinary bowling and captaincy, suggesting Mumbai could have restricted CSK to a lower score. Pietersen echoed these sentiments, emphasizing Pandya's failure to adapt his strategy during the game and his apparent struggle to handle the pressure.

Even Irfan Pathan weighed in, suggesting that Pandya's decision to bowl the crucial last over indicated a lack of faith in other bowlers and exposed his own shortcomings in bowling at the death.  the consensus among critics is that Pandya's struggles as captain are affecting his performance on the field, and something needs to change for both him and the team.

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