IND vs NZ: This thing… Hardik became a good captain by squeezing MS Dhoni! Now the pole is open

New Delhi. These days the captaincy of Team India remains a topic of much discussion. The command of the team in ODIs is in the hands of Rohit Sharma, while the responsibility of T20 is with Hardik Pandya. Rohit’s growing age remains a question mark on the captain. India is looking for a fast-paced captain in all three formats. Hardik is winning the team in T20 series one after the other. After which it can be said that the star all-rounder is ready to lead the team in ODI format as well.

The selectors looked at Hardik for the captaincy in IPL 2022. When Gujraj Titans won the title for the first time under his leadership. Whenever there is talk of captaincy, the name of MS Dhoni comes on everyone’s tongue. Many veterans believe that it is very difficult for Team India to get a captain like Mahi. Dhoni is the only captain who has made India the owner of three ICC trophies. Very good bonding is seen between Hardik and former captain MS Dhoni. The Indian team reached Ranchi for the first T20 against New Zealand. After reaching Dhoni’s stronghold, Hardik also went to his form house to meet Mahi. He has given a funny reaction about the conversation with the former captain.

Got a chance to meet Mahi Bhai – Hardik Pandya

Hardik said in the press conference before the match, ‘At this time we are traveling a lot for cricket, so we do not get a chance to go out of the hotel. We came to Ranchi, here is Mahi Bhai’s house. Due to which we got a chance to get out of the hotel. Nice to meet you.

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When the journalist asked Dhoni about tips, Hardik said, ‘No, when we used to play together, I took a lot of tips from him. At the same time, I had squeezed him completely for the information I wanted to get from him. Now we talk more about life apart from cricket.

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