Nothing is going well for the Indian team’s star all-rounder Hardik Pandya. Due to his poor performance in the T20 World Cup played in UAE and Oman, the selectors first dropped him from the domestic T20 International series against New Zealand and now it is reported that the customs department at the airport has given him two watches worth 50 million. have been confiscated. Hardik did not have the bill for these watches and did not even declare the watches.
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According to ‘ABP Live’, Hardik returned home from UAE with the team late Sunday night. Here he was stopped by the customs department and detained two watches. Let us tell you that Hardik is very fond of expensive watches. A few months back, he has bought a Patek Philippe Nautilus Platinum 5711 watch, which is worth more than Rs 5 crore.
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Hardik failed miserably in T20 World Cup
Hardik, who went to play the T20 World Cup as a finisher, flopped badly with the bat and could only score 69 runs in three innings of five matches. In the very important matches against Pakistan and New Zealand, his bat remained absolutely calm. The selectors have recently included Venkatesh Iyer as an all-rounder in his place for the T20 series against New Zealand. Regarding Venkatesh, former cricketer VVS Laxman recently said that he can prove to be Hardik Pandya’s backup.