Indian top order Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara believed that Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya will hit six sixes in an over. Pujara believes Pandya has the calibre to do what Yuvraj Singh did against England 2007 WorldT20. Also Read - ICC Test Rankings: Rohit Sharma Attains Career-Best 8th Position in Batsmen's List; Ravichandran Ashwin Climbs to 3rd in Bowlers' Tally

In the Champions Trophy, final Pandya showed his hard hitting batting caliber when he smashed Imad Wasim for three consecutive sixes at the Oval. Pujara has taken interview of Pandya. The all-rounder has talked about his innings in the final and batting against Imad Wasim. Also Read - Virat Kohli's Special Cameo With Gujarati Twist Leaves Axar Patel And Hardik Pandya in Splits | Watch Video

In the final India lost to Pakistan by 180 runs margin. But, it was Pandya’s 76 off 43 had given Indian fans a ray of hope after the Men in Blue lost six wickets for 76 runs. During his quick fire innings, Pandya hit six sixes and four boundaries. Also Read - Amit Shah Wants Cheteshwar Pujara to Score Double Century And Help India Beat England in Pink-Ball Test at Narendra Modi Stadium

“Even in my short career I’ve hit three sixes in three balls but never went for the fourth one because the situation didn’t demand. But someday when I’ll have the situation where I can go all six balls, I might do it,” said the 23-year-old.

Pujara, who scored 153 in the first Test at Galle, said that there is no doubt over the fact that Hardik has the talent to hit six sixes in an over. Meanwhile,  Pujara also asked Pandya how he feels about playing the pull shot.

“Definitely you. He (Pujara) pulls it so well that he can easily hit a ball 100 meters easily on any ground,” he said. “I was proud of myself because I know I don’t play the pull shot that well. I’ve not played it till now,” he added.

Without any hesitation, Hardik Pandya said that Cheteshwar Pujara is a way better puller of the ball than him. Pandya has scored 50 in his Test debut and has taken one wicket.