When asked about seniors' return for the second T20I, a reporter asked Hardik Pandya, "Sir, wo toh n

Updated: Jul 19

India may find it difficult to keep the winning lineup if veterans like Virat Kohli rejoin the team for the second T20I. A reporter inquired about it, and Hardik Pandya responded with a wise response.

Both on and off the field, Hardik Pandya is at the peak of his game. In a T20I encounter, the India all-rounder, who has been on a roll, became the first Indian cricketer to score a fifty and claim a four-wicket haul. At the Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Thursday, Hardik pulled off the feat against England to enable India to win by a score of 50 runs and take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. The young Indian team, captained by Rohit Sharma, outperformed England with a nearly flawless display of bat and ball skills. However, things might become complicated starting with the following game when veterans Ravindra Jadeja, Rishabh Pant, and Virat Kohli return to the mix. Virat Kohli might have to make room for someone like Deepak Hooda, who is on fire right now, and either Ishan Kishan or Dinesh Karthik might have to sit out to make room for Pant.

Toh management ka hi kaam hai, sir, wo toh pata nahi. India has an all-around player who is the main toh bad. Mariko Jo Bolte Hai, Who Is Driving? And zyada dimagh lagata nahi, oui. (Sir, I don't have much knowledge about management's viewpoints. Just an all-around player here. When asked about the difficulty the Indian think tank will confront before the second game, Hardik responded, "I do as the management asks without thinking much.

After choosing to bat first, the swashbuckling all-rounder led India's aggressive batting display with a scorching 33-ball 51 that helped the visitors reach 198 for eight. After that, Hardik concluded with stellar stats of 4/33, obliterating England's batting with all four of his allotted overs.

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