Australia Great’s Surprising Revelation on Hardik Pandya

The Mumbai Indians have not had the best start in this year’s IPL. The team has played three matches so far and has lost all of them. Hardik Pandya was traded from the Gujarat Titans to the Mumbai Indians and was eventually made the captain of the team.

Hardik Pandya has received backlash from fans throughout Mumbai Indians matches, in whichever venue they played.

However, several former cricketers have come in support of Hardik Pandya during this tough time.

Former Australian World Cup-winning captain Michael Clarke also extended his support to the Mumbai Indians skipper.

Speaking about the same, Clarke said, “It doesn’t help when your team is not performing. I spoke to Hardik Pandya when I got over here, and he seems like he is going fine. He’s a really confident sort of person. He won’t allow this to get to him, but he does need to get this team to win games of cricket. Mumbai is such a good team, and there’s always high expectation. The fans want them at the top of the tree, but at the moment they are at the bottom.” 

One of the greatest English pacers, Sturat Braod, also extended his support to the Mumbai Indians and their skipper, Hardik Pandya. He believes that the only way to stop everything is by winning matches.

Broad said, “As a player, it doesn’t bother you at all, to be honest. It’s part and parcel of international and top-flight sport.”

Broad further added, “You don’t necessarily get that sort of environment and hostile feeling on your home ground. But I don’t think the atmosphere can affect you as a proven performer. You still need to go out and deliver your skill.”

“Ultimately, the Mumbai Indians are a winning franchise. It has a winning mentality, and they’re not winning. That’s the most difficult thing they’re coping with at the moment. What they need to do is just get back on winning ways.”

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