Ajay Jadeja on Hardik Pandya, Jadeja takes a jibe at Pandya

Ajay Jadeja on Hardik Pandya: Hardik Pandya was injured during the World Cup due to which he had to go out of the tournament. Although Team India did not suffer much due to Hardik's exit, once again Hardik's fitness is being talked about. At the same time, former Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja has taken a dig at Hardik Pandya, which has created a stir among the fans. In fact, talking to Sports, former Indian batsman Jadeja gave his opinion about Hardik being described as the future captain of the Indian team and said, "Look Hardik is a player who rarely appears on the field."

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Jadeja further said, "You do not understand the meaning. She is a rare talent and rarely seen on the field, it is very rare and a reality. In fact, during the World Cup, Hardik suffered a heel injury in the match against Bangladesh, after which he had to go out of the field. Not only this, it was later revealed that his injury was serious, due to which the Indian all-rounder had to be out of the World Cup. At the same time, Hardik could not even play the T20 series against Australia.

Apart from this, Hardik is not going on a tour of South Africa. In his place, Suryakumar Yadav has been made the captain in T20. Now it has to be seen when Hardik returns. Recently, Mumbai Indians traded and re-included Hardik in their team. Under Hardik's captaincy, Gujarat won the title in the 2022 IPL as well as finished runners-up in the 2023 IPL. At the same time, now in this IPL, Hardik will be seen playing for Mumbai.

At the same time, former cricketer Jadeja also talked about his experience as an Afghanistan cricket team mentor and said, "He made a significant impact in the tournament by preventing West Indies from participating in the World Cup. Afghanistan cricket is constantly growing and in the coming time, it will become a strong team that will defeat the biggest teams. It was a great experience to be with this team."