Monday, October 2

India’s crushing defeat against WI prompted Hardik to declare that “sometimes losing is good”.

The men’s T20I series led by Hardik Pandya ended on Sunday. He was the captain of the team that won their fifth match at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, leaving a gap of two days between them. This followed West Indies, who had been inspired by Romario Shepherd, crushing India with an eight-wicket win in Florida and sealing off the five-match series 3-2.

The West Indies were unable to overcome Hardik’s Team India, who had won consecutive matches against them. However, the Indian team’S batting collapse proved too much for the West in order to win the series. Pandya’ll bat first on slow track but his performance was not up to par as India posted a low total in the 20-over match.

Shubman Gill’s decision to not take a review during the Indian ODI match in 5th Test has caused controversy due to his dismissal.

“We lost that period after 10 overs. I was unable to capitalize on it since when I came, and I took my time,” Pandya said. He also scored 14 runs off 18 balls in the T20I series decider. The Indian middle-order struggled to score runs in this match.

“It’s important for us as a team to push ourselves and learn from our mistakes during these games. We have communicated that we can take risks regardless of the outcome, but our dedication to progress is paramount.

“There are times when losing is a positive thing.”

Pandya praised the Indian cricket team’s resilience in the series decider against the West Indies, highlighting the importance of winning and learning from those who have come before.

Every youngster entering the world has a certain level of confidence.

The West Indies emerged victorious over India in the 5th T20I, with Brandon King’s match-winning knock of 85 and Pooran’S brilliant 47 helping complete their target with two overs to spare. Pandya’ cll also voiced concerns about his bowling choices in this season’summered T19 series, as wickets were no longer taken by the star all-rounder and the pacer didn’t even reach his full complement of over at the hands of the ball in that tournament.

Pandya stated that he doesn’t plan much and follows his gut instincts when faced with decisions. The Indian cricket team will play against Ireland in the T20I series, and Jasprit Bumrah will be taking over as captain. He believes that young players like him possess belief in international cricket and show their commitment to building a positive team.

Share this article on social media.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *