Hardik Pandya

Hardik Pandya&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP


  • Hardik Pandya scored an unbeaten 71 in just 30 balls

  • Hardik Pandya scored his second half-century of his T20 career

  • India set a target of 209 runs to win against Australia

Mohali: Seeing him hitting three consecutive sixes in the last three balls, there was no limit to the happiness of the spectators. Hardik Pandya did this feat not by anyone else. The star all-rounder of the Indian team stunned the Australian bowlers by playing a stormy innings in the first T20 International in Mohali. Hardik Pandya scored an unbeaten 71 in just 30 balls with the help of seven fours and five sixes. With the help of his innings, Team India scored 208 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the allotted 20 overs.

Hardik Pandya started off slow and scored only 23 runs in 14 balls, but then the kangaroo bowlers looked completely helpless in front of the run-scoring pace he picked up. In the next 16 balls, Pandya scored 48 runs and took India to a huge score. To say that Hardik Pandya scored only his second half-century of his T20 International career, but the fans are going to remember this innings for a long time. Cricket experts also seem to be proving true that Hardik Pandya is going to be the trump card of Team India in the T20 World Cup.

When Hardik Pandya came to the crease, the Indian team’s score was 103/3. Facing the fourth ball of his innings, Pandya hit the first six over midwicket. It was known from this that with what intentions Hardik Pandya has come to the crease. After this, Hardik Pandya smashed five fours at different times before hitting the second six. For Cameron Green, Hardik Pandya became like a nightmare, whose fourth, fifth and sixth balls of the over were hit by the Indian batsman for six consecutive sixes.

Hardik Pandya shared 23 runs for the fourth wicket with Suryakumar Yadav (46), 20 runs for the fifth wicket with Axar Patel (6) and 30 runs for the sixth wicket with Dinesh Karthik (6). After this, he shared an unbeaten 32 runs for the seventh wicket with Harshal Patel (7 *) to take India to a score of 208 runs. When Pandya returned to the pavilion, the spectators and the players in the dressing room stood up and applauded for him.

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