“I’ve never seen a selfish player like Hardik,” fans angry at Pandya even after winning the game

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The Indian team defeated the West Indies by 7 wickets in the third T20 game. The West Indies gave India a goal of winning 160 runs, which Team India easily achieved. Team India’s batsmen and bowlers put on a fantastic game. During the game, the captain of the Indian team, Hardik Pandya, committed such an act which caused people to get angry at him on social media.

Hardik Pandya did this work

Star batsman Suryakumar Yadav played a stormy inning for the Indian side. Thanks to him, Team India was able to win the game. Surya hit 83 runs, including 10 fours and 4 long sixes. Thanks to him, Team India’s hopes of winning the series are alive as when Team India needed two runs to win, captain Hardik Pandya went on strike. At the same time, Tilak Verma scored 49 runs in the non-strike end. In such a situation, Hardik Tilak could have given Tilak the bat by scoring a run, but he gave the team the win by hitting a long six in front of Rovman Powell and that’s how young hitter Tilak couldn’t finish his half-century.

Fans value social media

After that, fans started calling Hardik Pandya good and bad on social media. One user wrote what would have happened if Hardik Bhai had given Tilak Verma the strike and he had completed his second consecutive half century. At the same time, another user wrote that he did not see a selfish player like Hardik.

The Indian team won the game

In the third T20 game, West Indies captain Rovman Powell won the toss and decided to bat first, which turned out to be wrong. Indian bowlers played brilliantly and the West Indies batsmen couldn’t hold their own in front of the spinners. Akshar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav didn’t allow the Windies players to hit big. Kuldeep received 3 wickets and Akshar received 1 wicket. West Indies scored 159 runs which Team India tracked based on Suryakumar’s innings.

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