Hardik Pandya stays strong after India’s back-to-back T20I loss to West Indies

Hardik Pandya stays strong after India's back-to-back T20I loss to West Indies

Kicking first, India lost to Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav in the storm, and the team was unable to recover from the early crisis.

The good performance of most batsmen has failed India once again Hardik Pandya and his partners.

They took a second T20I defeat against the West Indies in Guyana on Sunday.

Kicking first, India lost to Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav in the power play and the team was unable to recover from the early crisis.

Tilak Varma was one of the bright spots among Indian batsmen, with just two T20I older hitting 51 balls on 41 balls, giving India a respectable 152/7 out of 20 in the game.

Varma played a crucial 42 with Ishan Kishan after the team fell to 18/2 in 3.3 overs. He also scored 38 points at fifth base with Pandya before giving it to Akeal Hosein in 16th place.

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Pandya confirmed that the kickers left the team after the award ceremony of the match, adding that a total of 170 people would be ideal.

“It’s not a good game to be honest, we could have played it better. “Below 160 or 170 is fine,” Pandya said.

‘Batters need to take more responsibility’

Asked about team mix and India’s long-tail selection to play, Pandya stated that the team should rely on the top seven hitters in the line-up. Try this before reminding them to share more responsibilities.

“With our combination, we now have to trust that our best bowlers will perform well and hope the bowlers win the game for you.

We need to find a way to make sure we have the balance but also the batsmen. We have to have more responsibility,” said Pandya.

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India limited hit options to two sevens before summer came. Former Test batsman Wasim Jaffer did not like India’s decision to shoot long tails.

On ESPNCricinfo’s post-match show, Jaffer criticized the decision in response to Longtails, claiming that no Indian Longtails has the ability to cross borders. “Numbers 8, 9, 10, 11 can’t reach the limit. This is a problem when you play in this format.

If Australia, England, New Zealand or the West Indies play, you encourage them to get them Points India Jaffer said, “Weak and balance in this area. This is the place to be,” he said.

Meanwhile, the left arm accelerator supported the team’s decision when Arshdeep Singh was asked the same question. “Things like that always come after a game. We are confident that we can win games with our starting lineup.

We are always behind our team and squad. It doesn’t matter if it’s six bowlers or nine bowlers. The team’s 11th players supported each other in every situation, Arshdeep told reporters after India’s first T20I match, which they lost by four points.

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