Former Indian opener Virender Sehwag has questioned Manish Pandey for slow batting in the match against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Sehwag said that if he had batted aggressively in the last few overs, then Sunrisers Hyderabad would not have lost. Sehwag said this in response to a question asked on Cricbuzz. In fact, Sehwag was asked by a Twitter user that Manish Pandey hit just one six in the last 6 overs. While his eyes were frozen. How much loss did the team cause? On this, Sehwag said that Manish did not make a boundary in the last two-three overs. His six also came on the last ball. By then the match was over. It was an important time. At that time, Manish had to come forward. Because they had withstood all the pressure. At that time, he should have played the shots openly. If he had done this, then maybe the team lost the match by 10 runs He would have won one or two balls already.
He said that it happens many times, even after being set, you do not get such balls, on which big shots are able to play. The same happened with Manish. Kolkata bowlers bowled him slow, yorker balls. For this reason, he could not play big shots.