This player of Team India can retire at the age of 32! used to win the match single-handedly

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New Delhi: As difficult as it is considered to be selected in the Indian cricket team, it is many times more difficult to maintain itself in Team India, because there are many players outside the team who give strong competition on the basis of their best performance. There is such a player from India, whose career is stuck in trouble and the doors of Team India are also almost closed for him. Team India player Manish Pandey has been running in poor form for a long time. Many times he has been given opportunities, but he proved to be a flop every time.

Is this player’s career over?

Manish Pandey has played 39 T20 Internationals for Team India so far, in which he scored 709 runs at an average of 44.31 and a strike rate of 126.15. Manish Pandey has never been a consistent and this is the reason why he kept coming and going in Team India. Now it does not seem that he will ever be able to return. In IPL 2021 too, Manish Pandey proved to be a weak link for the Sunrisers Hyderabad team.

It is almost impossible to return to Team India

Due to Manish Pandey’s flop batting, the entire middle order gets ruined, due to which the team has to suffer heavy losses. This player was once considered the future of Team India, but his bat remained mostly calm. Manish Pandey made a great debut for Team India. He scored 71 runs in 86 balls against Zimbabwe in the year 2015. After this, the very next year he scored 104 runs in 81 balls in Sydney and ensured the victory of the team. But after that he kept going inside and out of Team India. Injury also took away many big opportunities from him. He could not convert the brilliant start into a big career.

No IPL team will buy this year!

Manish Pandey is craving for runs. SRH also did not retain him for this year. This year Manish Pandey can be seen in Mega Auction. Hardly any team can buy Manish Pandey in the auction, because he has not performed according to his name. There has been a steady decline in their performance. Manish Pandey, who played for SRH, was not able to perform very well. He did not play a single match-winning innings. This dashing batsman did not appear in his rhythm at all. In the last few seasons, he was seen battling for runs. Seeing his poor performance, SRH did not retain him.

First Indian to score a century in IPL

Manish Pandey, who scored many runs first for Kolkata Knight Riders and then Sunrisers Hyderabad, started his IPL career with Royal Challengers Bangalore. In 2009, he became the first Indian batsman to score a century in the IPL. He scored an unbeaten 114 runs in just 73 balls against Deccan Chargers Hyderabad. During this, his bat had 10 fours and four sixes. Anil Kumble was then the captain of RCB.

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