Allrounder Hardik Pandya, who emerged as the new sensation of Team India, was once again able to prove his worth as an allrounder. Hardik won the Man of the Match award for his performance against Australia in Chennai on Sunday.
Hardik had taken the crease at that time when India had lost their top five batsmen to 87 runs. After this, Hardik and wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave the Indian team a solid score of 281 runs on seven wickets.
Hardik smashed 83 runs in 66 balls with five fours and six sixes. After this, Hardik also took two wickets for 28 runs while bowling in the bowling. The 23-year-old Hardik expressed happiness during the prize distribution ceremony saying that this is a good day for me.
One-two catches could help. I do not think anything has changed. I am the same hardik who used to be a year ago. Maybe people’s view of me has changed. I know when Mahi brother were batting with me, then Adam Jampa would definitely come for bowling. I am happy with what I am doing with Bat and Ball.