Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq offers to provide coaching services to Hardik Pandya post watching his innings vs WI at Manchester
The Indian Team completely outplayed West Indies in the Match no.34 of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 by 125 runs to carry on with their unbeaten winning streak in the tournament so far. The Windies unfortunately crash out of the tournament on the back of some consistent careless Cricket, especially with the bat throughout.
On the other hand, Team India was as clinical as ever, especially in the bowling department, with well executed plans and strategies throughout the six matches they have played in the tournament so far.
Hardik Pandya played a crucial knock (46 off 38) with the help of 5 boundaries, alongside MS Dhoni (56 off 61) to power India to a decent total of 268/7 on a sluggish Old Trafford track.
But, former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq has found quite a few drawbacks in Pandya’s innings against West Indies and wishes to coach him to get ‘rid’ of the same.
“Give me two weeks, I’ll make him the best all-rounder in the World”- Razzaq
The 39-year-old found not one, but as many as three faults in Pandya’s technique which he is willing to address, provided given an opportunity by the BCCI.
Razzaq claimed to have watched Pandya bat for the first time in his life, and has found serious errors with respect to his feet movement, body balance, and his bat swing while going after the bowler.
Thus, while commenting on the same, he came up with the solution to give him just two weeks, for example in Dubai (UAE), and he will for sure, make him the best batting all-rounder in the world.
Hence, at the end of the video, he offered his coaching services for Pandya before the BCCI, and assured that will turn him into a full-fledged all-rounder if given an opportunity.
Razzak has played 265 ODIs, 46 Tests, and 32 T20Is for Pakistan at the highest level. He has scored over 5000 ODI runs and picked up 269 wickets in the format. He has smashed three hundreds apiece in the Test and ODI format respectively.
So today I have been closely observing Hardik pandya and I feel like I see a lot of faults in his body’s balance when hitting the bowl hardly and I observed his footwork aswell and I see that also let’s him down sometimes and I feel like if I give him Coaching in for example UAE
— Abdul Razzaq (@ARazzaqPak) June 27, 2019
WATCH: Abdul Razzaq offers to provide coaching services to Hardik Pandya
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) June 27, 2019