“After Mahi, all of a sudden….” Hardik Pandya’s Big Remark On The Indian Team After Winning The Series Against New Zealand

Indian team won the third and final T20I encounter against New Zealand by 168 runs in Ahmedabad. This is India’s highest victory ever in T20I history. India’s star opener batter Shubhman Gill once again shines like the brightest star in the night and hits a splendid century in T20I. Gill scored 126 runs, the highest individual score by an Indian in T20Is, and set the mammoth total of 234/5 in 20 overs. In reply, the visitors were concluded on just 66 runs.

Indian skipper Hardik Pandya took 4 wickets in the bowling spell of 4 overs and scored 30 off 17 balls. For his outstanding performance throughout the series, Hardik was named “player of the series.”

After the match in the post-match conference, the Indian skipper stated that he always enjoyed hitting big boundaries and believed in partnership after evolving. He has the experience and knows how to handle pressure.

“I’ve always enjoyed hitting sixes. But that’s life, and I’ve to evolve. I’ve believed in partnerships and want to give my batting partner on any team some assurance and calmness that I’m there. I’ve played more games than any of these guys; I’ve learned how to accept and swallow pressure and make sure everything is calm,” Pandya said in the post-match press conference.

Pandya further said that he loved to take responsibility and looked forward to a new role with a new ball. He has been working in a new role.

“Maybe I have to get my strike rate down for that. Taking on new roles is always that I look forward also d to. I also want to take the new role because I don’t want anyone to come and take that difficult role. If they’re under pressure, then we are chasing the game. I want to lead the front. I’ve been working on my new ball skills.” Pandya said on bowling responsibility.

Further Indian skipper added that MS Dhoni used to play down the line, and he will definitely do it for my team. After him, all the reasonability is onto me, and I don’t mind doing that.

“I don’t mind playing the role that, somewhere down the line, Mahi used to play. At that time, I was young and hitting all around the park. But since he’s gone, all of a sudden, that responsibility is onto me. I don’t mind that. We are getting the results. It’s okay if I have to play a little slow,” said the India captain.

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