The Indian cricket team had a great day office on Sunday as they were very close to whitewash the Sri Lankan. Indian cricket team smashed the Sri Lankan in the test series in 3-0. Yet, the destiny of the arrangement had just settled and not even the most idealistic of Sri Lankan fans would have expected a marvelous rebound after the ghastly show in a primary couple of recreations. In any case, Sunday was to be sure a unique day for the youthful. Gifted and magnetic Indian all-rounder cricketer Hardik Pandya.
Unstoppable Hardik Pandya!
The test match was just transformed into the ODI match, pretty like a T20I. And it was possible by the most talented and deserving Indian cricketer. He scored a magnificent 108 runs in just 96 balls
Highest Runs in an over by an Indian recorded.
Pandya’s inning was too crazy, and it was behaving like a storm which hit the Lankan’s bower very hard. His inning is full of boundaries and mammoth sixes as the Lankan bowlers had no clue on how to stop the ongoing assault. The bowler who faced the maximum heat is Malinda Pushpakumara, as Pandya hits, 26 runs in his over. And this offer is noted as the highest number of run’s scored by an Indian cricketer in Test cricket format.
Hardik Pandya credits MS Dhoni
The masterful cricketer credited the former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni for his success and his century. And he said the most truthful words that Dhoni always follow. He said that he has learned the art of putting the team in the front seat and personal achievements in the back seat.
Hardik Pandya in the interview
“(It was the) first time in my life I have not had the 90s butterflies. I don’t remember previous centuries, but I used to have butterflies in my stomach from what I can remember. When I bat I am in a different zone. I don’t think about my personal scores and achievements. It has helped me. One thing I learned from Mahi bhai is that you always put your team ahead, see the scoreboard and play accordingly. That has helped me throughout,”
Pandya doesn’t remember when he scored his last hundred.
When he was asked about when did he score he last hundred, Pandya replied “I scored in under-19. I am 24, no 23. So, some four-five years back, I scored my hundred. Actually, I don’t remember when I scored the hundred.”
After the quickfire innings from Pandya, many cricket pundits are saying that the young weapon of skipper Virat Kohli is making the purest and probably the toughest format of the game look easy. “Obviously not! But I am pretty glad. God has been kind to me. I am lucky I got things pretty quickly in life. Happy that way. Getting whatever I have worked hard for,” said the owner of two ODI fifties when he was asked about it.