Kingston, July 5: I back myself to be a finisher for India after failing to do the job in the previous game, said Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya while talking to media on Wednesday.
"We will be fearless in the final game. Last game was one of those games where it did not click. But we will go ahead and express ourselves, that is when we play our best cricket," Pandya said.
He further said "I am pretty happy with the way things are going for me. You should be brave enough to do the job that is required of you. I back myself to play in any situation. I see myself as a proper all-rounder and not bowling or batting all- rounder."
He is known for his big sixes but he has played some patient innings according to the situation of the game. The stylish player has gone on to become a key member in the ODI side ever since delivering in the home series against England in January.
The 23-year old has scored two half centuries and taken 18 wickets. One of his two half centuries came in the Champions Trophy final against Pakistan.