Pakistan’s Abdul Razzaq Offers Himself To Train Hardik Pandya, Gets Brutally Trolled!

India comfortably pulled out a victory against the Caribean side yesterday. The West Indies had a lack of confidence and put up a show that was not expected from them. Men in Blue’s victory was a contribution from both batsmen and bowlers. Indeed, Hardik Pandya came well with both bat and ball to give India their 5th win in the tournament. But it seems the former Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq was not happy with the Indian all rounder’s performance and offered him a 2-week coach from his experience.

Can This Pakistani All-Rounder Help Pandya?

Pandya scored 46 of 38 balls, perhaps he was the only batsman with a strike rate over 100. India’s middle order fumbled, but thanks to MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya who built a partnership and helped the team to 268/7 in their 50 overs. The Indian all-rounder also claimed the wicket of Sunil Ambris in the second innings as India crushed West Indies by 125 runs making them the only unbeaten team in the tournament so far.


This was the time when cricket fans all over the world praised Pandya for his valuable contribution to the team. But it seems the former Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq had a different opinion. Razzaq who is one of the best all-rounders of his generation said he sees a lot of potential in Pandya but there are weaknesses in his game that needs to be creased out.

Abdul Razzaq’s offer to BCCI

He claims that he saw the last match between India and West Indies where he saw many weaknesses in Hardik Pandya’s batting, body and foot moment, body balance and moreover his technique against when he hits. After all, he gave an offer to make Hardik Pandya World’s No.1 all-rounder in short format. He also requested BCCI to give him Hardik Pandya for two weeks in Dubai and promised to teach him to become the world’s No.1 all-rounder.

“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 lets him down sometimes and I feel like if I give him Coaching in for example UAE,” said Razzaq.


“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,” he added.

After his statement, people all over the country in India started trolling the veteran all-rounder by some epic memes and jokes. Some told him to be high on cocaine and some advised him to concentrate on his home team.