New Delhi: A player from India has been running a flop show for a long time, after which the career of this player is on the verge of ending at the age of 31. Manish Pandey has been running in poor form for a long time. Many times he has been given chances, but he proved to be a flop every time. Eventually, the Hyderabad team dropped Manish Pandey from the playing XI in the IPL match against Rajasthan Royals on Monday. Sunrisers Hyderabad management was giving him opportunities again and again, but he was not able to improve his performance.
Manish Pandey’s IPL career on the verge of ending
Manish Pandey’s leaf has already been cut from Team India and now this player’s career in IPL is also on the verge of ending. Manish Pandey made 223 in 7 matches of IPL 2021 at a modest average of 37.16 and strike rate of 114.35. Although he has hit 2 fifties in this season, but has failed to get his team Sunrisers Hyderabad across.
Team India’s doors also closed
Manish had a great chance on the recent tour of Sri Lanka, but once again he failed. In IPL 2021, Manish Pandey was proving to be a weak link for the Sunrisers Hyderabad team. Due to Manish Pandey’s flop batting, the entire middle order would have been 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. In such a situation, it is difficult for him to get a chance in Team India.
Leaf cut from T20 World Cup
Manish Pandey’s leaf has already been cut from Team India and now this player’s career in IPL is also on the verge of ending. Significantly, Manish has not got a place in the Indian squad for the ICC T20 World Cup 2021.
Did Manish Pandey’s career end?
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. In such a situation, it seemed that this could be his last chance to prove himself, but here too he was a flop.
Manish Pandey was a flop on Sri Lanka tour
Manish Pandey was given a chance in all three ODIs against Sri Lanka but he could not prove himself. He failed in all three matches. He scored 26 runs in the first match, Manish scored 37 runs in the second ODI, while in the third ODI he returned to the pavilion after scoring 11 runs in 19 balls. The way he has performed, his career seems to be coming to an end.
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