IPL 2020: Last Over The Off-Spinner Bowling was “Mouth-Watering” – Hardik Pandya
Hardik Pandya, a versatile Mumbai Indians player, said that his eyes lit upon seeing Krishnappa Gowtham being handed the ball in the final over during the match against Kings XI Punjab.
“It was very intense and even more alluring when an off-spinner bowler takes the ball for the final over of the MI innings. Me and Pollard, the missing one has to face the arrival of the non-attackers and watch, and that was me right now. I missed two balls, but Pollard caught most of the game,” Said Hardik Pandya.
Pollard hit three sixes while Hardik got one the most, bringing MI to 191 for four after being invited to bat.
“It was simple. I think the number of times Pollard and I have done this is incredible, and I have always enjoyed this part. When I walked in, I was looking to get some big points in the end and hit a total where Kings XI Punjab found it difficult to achieve. We didn’t aim for 192, but we luckily did it and proudly hit,” said Hardik Pandya.
“This is the perception we all have in MI; everyone in the MI setup performed wonders. This is something that happens often, over and over again. It’s fascinating, “said Hardik.
Whereas Krunal said that when he got the chance to play in fourth place, KXIP had some nice players and took it as difficult to conduct his side in the sport again.
“Once I got into the fourth, I just made sure I play in response to the sector and be very decided as effectively to handle the problem.
I thought now was the time if I played well here we can get back into the sport,” said Krunal.