Natasa Stankovic reveals the secret behind Hardik Pandya's success


After being released by the Mumbai Indians, the Baroda all-rounder has been roped by Gujarat Titans for the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League. The right-handed all-rounder has been named as the captain of the side and is doing his job excellently, winning both the games they played.

He first dominated the KL Rahul-led Lucknow Super Giants and followed the momentum by defeating Delhi Capitals in his previous encounter by a margin of 14 runs.

After winning back to back games, Hardik Pandya and his men will be gearing up for the upcoming fixture against Mayank Agarwal's Punjab Kings who have won 2 out of the three matches that they played in this tournament. 

Hardik Pandya wearing the socks of his wife:

IPL 2022 - Gujarat Titans - Hardik Pandya

After defeating Delhi Capitals in a close encounter, the skipper of Gujarat Titans Hardik Pandya said, "Really happy with the way boys are coming out and contributing. The kind of attack we have, we always felt that we can make a score that's 10 under-par look like 25 above.

I thought there were periods were Delhi were ahead, but then that Lockie over really changed things for us. We were about 10-15 short. But with the bowling we have, I'm confident of making it up in the field," Pandya was quoted as same as in Cricbuzz.

"We were one bowler short with Aaron's injury, had to take it as deep as possible and it worked for us.

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Till Rishabh was there, the game was in the balance or maybe Delhi was ahead, and that over from Lockie really turned it for us. This is the Shubman we all want to see and I hope all the other batters can take confidence from him," he added.

Besides, the better half of Hardik Pandya, Natasa Stankovic has revealed a secret about Hardik Pandya by posting a hilarious story on her official Instagram handle. She captioned that, "When he wears my socks," to which the Baroda all-rounder replied, "They are mine."

Here is the story shared by Natasa Stankovic: