Hardik Pandya became the second Indian captain after Kapil Dev to achieve this feat

Hardik Pandya was handed the responsibility of leading the team after regular captain Rohit Sharma was rested for the second ODI against the West Indies. This was Hardik’s second match as captain in ODI cricket, but in this match he did the feat which only World Cup winning captain Kapil Dev had done earlier in the history of India’s ODI cricket. This is the feat of opening the bowling as captain in ODI cricket, which means bowling the first over of the innings. Kapil Dev was the first to join this list, while now Hardik Pandya has become the second captain to join this list.

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In the second ODI against West Indies, Hardik Pandya bowled 6.4 overs in which he went for 38 runs without taking any wicket. Pandya is leading the Indian pace attack after Mohammad Siraj was ruled out of the series. In such a situation, he bowled the first over of the innings in the first two ODIs.

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When will Hardik Pandya complete his quota of 10 overs?

Hardik Pandya has not completed his quota of 10 overs in ODI cricket for a long time. He last bowled 10 overs in an innings against New Zealand in the semi-finals of the 2019 World Cup. After this, he has bowled in a total of 18 innings, but he never bowled the full 10 overs.

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What did Hardik say on bowling workload management?

Talking about managing his bowling workload after the second ODI against West Indies, Hardik Pandya said that he is a ‘tortoise, not a rabbit’ in this matter right now, but keeping in mind the ODI World Cup to be held at home in October-November, he wants to speed it up. Want to

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“My body is fine,” Pandya said after India’s six-wicket defeat in the rain-affected second ODI. I have to bowl more overs and increase my workload keeping the World Cup in mind. Right now I am not a rabbit, but a tortoise and I am hoping that by the time the World Cup comes, everything will be fine.

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