“I can make Hardik Pandya one of the best all-rounders” – Abdul Razzaq

Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq offers to coach Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya to make him “world’s best” after India’s match against West Indies.


India beat West Indies by a big margin of 125-runs yesterday on June 28 at Old Trafford in Manchester. Pandya played superb in the match as he scored 46 runs off 38 balls and took the important wicket of the set batsman Sunil Ambris.

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The 25-year old Indian all-rounder is considered as one of the finest all-rounder in recent times as he’s well skilled in all the sections- batting, bowling and fielding. But Abdul Razzaq criticized his batting after the match against West Indies and said that there were much weaknesses in his batting which made him vulnerable sometimes.

After that, he offered The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to make him the coach for Hardik Pandya and in reward he’ll make Pandya a complete all-rounder with all the qualities.

“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 as well and I see that also let him down sometimes and I feel like if I give him Coaching in for example UAE,” Razzaq said.

“I can make him one of the best all-rounders if not the best and if BCCI wants to make him a better all-rounder I will always be available. Thanks.”

Razzaq was one of the best all-rounder in World Cricket in his time and also one of the great all-rounder that Pakistan had ever produced. He scored over 7000 runs and took over 350 wickets in international cricket.

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