Hardik played a great innings in difficult times, said- everyone has to take responsibility

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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North Sound. The Indian team continued its winning streak in the ICC T20 World Cup and won a one-sided match against Bangladesh. Hardik Pandya laid the foundation for India's victory in the Super Eight of the ICC T20 World Cup by scoring a brilliant half-century. This all-rounder, who played an important role in the 50-run victory over Bangladesh, attributed the victory to the team effort.

After losing the toss and batting first, the Indian team posted a big score against Afghanistan on the back of Hardik Pandya's half-century and Rishabh Pant's quick innings. Chasing India's target of 197 runs, Bangladesh could only manage 146 runs for eight wickets in front of the sharp bowling of Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, and Arshdeep Singh.

In this match, Pandya (50 not out, 27 balls, four fours, three sixes) scored a quick half-century while Virat Kohli (37), Rishabh Pant (36) and Shivam Dubey (34) played useful innings to take India to 196 runs for five wickets. Pandya also took a wicket. After the match, Pandya said, “I think we played very good cricket. We performed unitedly and implemented our plans well.”

The Indian team looked in trouble after losing wickets continuously. Hardik Pandya came in the end and scored a brilliant half-century and played an important role in taking Team India to a big score. He said, “In some situations, everyone has to come forward and take responsibility.

Talking about bowling, he said that I realised that the batsmen wanted to use the wind. Pandya said, “I just had to make sure that I don't let them hit shots in the windy area, it was about staying one step ahead of the batsman.”

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