MI’s right-handed batsman Chris Lynn stated that somewhat of a shoulder arm niggle didn’t permit Hardik to bowl in the 1st match of the IPL this year against RCB. Hardik Pandya did not bowl in the Indian Premier League last year too and got back to bowling in Australian pitches after which he additionally turned his arms over in the One-Day games against the ENG team. Mumbai Indians’ Chris Lynn has settled the secret for everybody and uncovered the point behind why Hardik did now bowl.
He stated that “I am not 100% sure but rather it is somewhat of a shoulder arm niggle. I think Hardik, not bowling in the match is possibly more preventative. He’s played a fair bit of cricket leading up to this tournament, in which he has to play (minimum) 14 games as well.
“So you would prefer not to toss your eggs in a single bushel and hazard injury. The support staff and the team’s health management will treat him if there is an off-base thing. He is a huge factor with the bat but if he gets bowling, then it adds another dimension to the team. We might have been missing the sixth bowler tonight but it’s early stages in the tournament”.
“I do accept in the game that Hardik is bowling, it brings out trust in his batting too. So we will see him with the ball in the near future”. RCB’s bowler Harshal conveyed a dazzling bowling execution before AB D’s masterclass as Royal Challengers Bangalore crushed MI by only 2 wickets. Harshal Patel had picked 5 wickets in the match to stop MI to 159 runs in the game.
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Accordingly, Royal Challengers Bangalore got over the line on the last ball, the graciousness of some fine hitting by ABD in the last few overs. For Royal Challengers Bangalore, Maxwell and ABD played 39 and 48 runs. Captain Kohli likewise played 33 runs off 29 balls. In the wake of losing their first match by 2 wickets, their next game with KKR on the 13th of April at the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium.