Hardik Pandya gives a perfect balance to the Mumbai Indians team. He can strike the ball big, roll his arm over decently and is a livewire in the field. Pandya has hit a whopping 68 sixes in the IPL and some of them were massive. His bowling can be decisive at times and tricks the batsman when needed. Pandya has won numerous man of the match awards in IPL for his remarkable performance. Hardik is a blessing to the Mumbai Indians team as he is a package deal.
On the contrary, we have Krunal Pandya, sibling of Hardik Pandya and a phenomenal cricketer. Left-handed and hard-hitting with the bat, added to his left-arm spin puts him in a similar league of lower-order all-rounders. He finished his maiden season in 2016 with 237 runs from 9 innings at a strike-rate of 191.12. His bowling had become a lot more tactful as he proved to be difficult to hit in the 2017 season and went at under 7 an over in the 13 matches he played. One of those matches was the final against Pune Supergiant, in which Krunal delivered a Man of the Match performance with the bat. He is certainly an asset to the team.
Both these cricketers have delivered winning results to the team and hence it is difficult for us to chose the non-replaceable player amongst them. Please help us out.