Former Australia cricketer Brad Hogg feels Pakistan cricketer Imad Wasim is a better all-rounder than India star Hardik Pandya. Hogg put foward his opinion on social media when a fan requested him to select a better all-rounder between Wasim and Pandya. 31-year-previous Wasim has to this point performed 53 ODIs and 43 T20Is and is but to make his Test debut for Pakistan. He has scored 952 and 257 runs in two codecs respectively whereas he has scalped 42 wickets every in each codecs.
As for Pandya, each time match, he has been an everyday in all three codecs for India. His stats learn 957 runs and 54 wickets in 54 ODIs, 310 runs and 38 wickets in 40 T20Is whereas 532 runs and 17 wickets in 11 Tests.
Although, Hogg said Wasim is a better all-rounder in his opinion, he additionally stated that Pandya will probably be desperate to show his value after a protracted harm lay-off and can ‘deliver better than before’.
Hogg’s social media submit learn: “Going to go with Imad Wasim on this one. But watch out, I have a great feeling when Hardik Pandya is fully fit and back in business, he will deliver better than before.” Pandya final performed an ODI towards New Zealand within the World Cup semi-last in Manchester and his final worldwide sport was a T20 towards the Proteas in Bengaluru in September final 12 months.
In an interview with teammate Yuzvendra Chahal which the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) aired on its web site, Pandya spoke in regards to the psychological battle of being on the sidelines.
“I missed this atmosphere the most in these last six months, playing for the country and the feeling you get wearing the team’s colours,” he stated. “That had become a mental challenge and there were a lot of setbacks. I was trying to get back to full fitness quickly but that did not work out and a lot of mental pressure came at the time. But touchwood, everything went fine, the rehabilitation went well and a lot of people helped me.”