Hardik Pandya was seen bowling in the nets during a training session ahead of India's vital Super 12 match against New Zealand on Sunday. Hardik Pandya's bowling practise was recorded by the T20 World Cup's official social media accounts, and the all-rounder appears to be in good form for the forthcoming contest. 

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Due to his inability to bowl in recent months, concerns have been raised regarding the 28-year-status old's in the starting XI. India is in a must-win position following their loss to Pakistan on Sunday, and and missed Hardik's bowling abilities in the 10-wicket defeat.

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Hardik last bowled for India in a series against Sri Lanka in July, and he didn't bowl a single delivery in the UAE leg of the IPL 2021. He also hurt his shoulder while batting against Pakistan and did not return to the field after his team's innings.

Fans reacted positively to the video, which was captioned,  "Look who's been bowling in the nets for @IndianCricketTeam”.

Pandya scored 11 runs off eight deliveries as India reached 151 for seven in 20 overs against Pakistan.

Pakistan achieved 152 for no loss in 17.5 overs, chasing a goal of 152 runs, with openers Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam hammering undefeated half-centuries.

Rizwan blasted 79 off 55 balls, while Azam crushed 68 off 52 balls.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, and Varun Chakaravarthy were among the Indian bowlers who failed to get beyond the opening combination, allowing 25, 43, and 33 runs respectively.

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