Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been a global cricket superstar for a long time.
Current captain Virat Kohli is currently one of the best cricketers in the world.
Just as Kohli has assumed superstar status after Dhoni, Michael Vaughan feels that Hardik Pandya could become the next global superstar.
Cricbuzz Talking to the former English captain has praised Pandya a lot.
Hardik has a chance to become the next superstar – Vaughan
Speaking to Cricbuzz, Vaughan said, “Dhoni had achieved superstar status for years. At present, this status is with Kohli. It usually happens that Indian players are kept in this category and I think Hardik Has a chance to become the next superstar. ”
Vaughan also told that to become the next superstar, Hardik will have to play the best cricket in the next three years.
2019 was very difficult for Hardik
After playing the 2019 Cricket World Cup, Hardik was harassed by back injury and had to undergo surgery.
Hardik underwent surgery in England after playing the T20 series against South Africa in September.
After this, he spent more than four months outside the ground. Hardik returned to the Indian team in February 2020, but the series could not take place due to Korana.
Hardik can become the next global superstar in the next three years
The next season of IPL and 2021 T20 World Cup is to be held in India. After this, the 2023 Cricket World Cup will also be played in India.
“The next T20 World Cup, IPL and 2023 Cricket World Cup are to be held in India and Hardik will have the best chance of becoming the next global superstar,” Vaughan said.
Hardik also bowled four overs in the second ODI against Australia.
Hardik is constantly proving himself as a batsman
Despite recovering from injury, Hardik kept himself away from bowling and played as a batsman for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.
Hardik scored 281 runs in 14 matches of IPL 2020 with a strike rate of around 180.
On India’s tour of Australia, Hardik scored the highest 210 runs for India in three ODIs, in which he scored 90 or more runs twice.