Friday, December 9, 2022

Hardik Pandya IND vs NZ T20 Series: ‘I want to …’, captain Hardik Pandya requested his batsmen

The Indian team led by Hardik Pandya defeated New Zealand by 65 runs in the second T20 match. With this victory, he took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. The heroes of Team India’s victory were Suryukumar Yadav and Deepak Hooda. Surya played an unbeaten inning of 111 runs with the bat. At the same time, Deepak Hooda looted the party in bowling and made a total of four players walk.

Captain Hardik Pandya looked very happy after Team India’s victory. However, he made a special demand from his batsmen. Pandya said that when the ball is handed to the batsmen, they will not be successful every time, but he wants the rest of the batsmen to come forward to bowl so that the team can have better bowling options. Significantly, Deepak Hooda is mainly a middle order batsman but he is also capable of bowling.

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Hardik told Surya’s innings special

Hardik Pandya said of the match, ‘The ground was very wet, so credit goes to the bowlers. I have bowled a lot, in future I want to see more bowling options. Not that it will always work, but I want more batsmen to contribute with the ball. Nothing can be better than this. Everyone contributed but it was definitely a special innings from Surya. We would have been happy even with a score of 170-175.

Bowlers played well: Hardik

He further said, ‘The bowlers did well and it was about being aggressive in the mindset. It doesn’t mean taking wickets with every ball but being aggressive with the ball is important. Pandya, who is captaining the team in the absence of Rohit Sharma, said that as captain his job is to give the team the right atmosphere in the dressing room.

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Hardik told, ‘I expect him to be professional, which he is. Give them a chance to enjoy your game. It’s about creating an environment where they are all in a happy place. I see many times in this team that all the players are happy with each other’s success and this is important.

Suryakumar, who became the player of the match for his brilliant batting, said, ‘When I went to bat, the plan was clear. In the 12th-13th over, we thought about our batting depth and 170-175 was a competitive score. The secret behind it (behind his weird shots) is my intent and you need to enjoy your game. It is also about the hard work that you put in in the practice sessions.

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