Due to Coronavirus lockdown, Indian cricketers have been keeping touch with fans through social media for some time. Some cricketers are very active on social media. Hardik Pandya has been sharing his photos and videos on social media from time to time. Hardik Pandya became emotional by remembering his domestic cricket days and shared a throwback video of the first year of domestic cricket on social media, which is very much liked by everyone.
Thinking about my first year in domestic cricket today.. some of those memories will stick with me for a lifetime and helped to set up a platform for me to play in the IPL and eventually for my country 🇮🇳 Thankful for everything that the sport has given me ☺️ pic.twitter.com/xTe0jOp39K
— hardik pandya (@hardikpandya7) May 22, 2020
Hardik Pandya is seen making big shots in this video. He impressed everyone with his explosive batting and because of this he got an opportunity to play in the IPL. Sharing this video, Hardik wrote the caption, ‘Thinking about my first year in domestic cricket today.. some of those memories will stick with me for a lifetime and helped to set up a platform for me to play in the IPL and eventually for my country. Thankful for everything that the sport has given me.’
Hardik Pandya made his international debut on 26 January 2016 during the T20 match against Australia in Adelaide. Presently, he is India’s favorite player in all three formats. He has represented India in 11 Tests, 54 ODIs and 40 T20 matches so far. During this time, he has taken 17 wickets with 532 runs in Test matches. He has scored 547 runs in the International ODI with 95 runs. He has 310 runs and 38 wickets in International T20 matches.
Hardik has not played any match for India since September last year. He suffered from back pain and underwent back surgery in London in October. He returned to the Indian team for the ODI series against South Africa in March this year but the first match at Dharamsala was not held due to rain. After this series was canceled due to Coronavirus. Hardik was supposed to represent Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020 but this T20 league has also been postponed indefinitely due to the corona virus.