Monday, October 2

Hardik Pandya’s “Blint Take” on India’S defeat in “One Series Doesn’t Matter” is worth noting.

Following their 5th and final T20I defeat to West Indies on Sunday, India captain Hardik Pandya had the courage to admit his mistake.

The Indian team, under the leadership of Pandya, suffered a loss in its first bilateral series against the West Indies in the shortest format 2-3. However, the captain acknowledged the positive developments in young players like Tilak Varma and Yashasvi Jaiswal.

“When I arrived, we lost our momentum and couldn’t make the most of the situation. We’ll try to improve it. In hindsight, it’s fine. I know how the boys are within the group. There’ a time frame for that. Losing is sometimes good.”

“After 10 overs, we lost our period. Pandya mentioned that he was unable to capitalize and took his time as if it were his only opportunity for completion.

Pandya defended his choice to bat first, while walking at a leisurely pace.


“It’s important for us as a team to push ourselves and learn from each other. We have communicated that we will succeed wherever we can.

Pandya believes that while a series may not be enough in hindsight, dedication to the cause is crucial.

“The ODI World Cup is approaching and we’ve learned a lot from our losses. We take pride in being one of the best teams in the world, and it’s important to recognize that winning is part of this process.”

Pandya stated that he doesn’t plan much and instead relies on his intuition to handle situations.


Varma and Jaiswal were commended by Pandya for their bravery.

“The heart is a crucial factor in international cricket. Every youngster who comes through has faith. That’s something I see often now. Thank you, they came out and took it on. I couldn’t be happier,” he said.

With the assistance of PTI inputs.

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