Adelaide: Hardik Pandya’s wife Natasha was seen jumping in joy when Pandya came as the savoir for India against England. In a high pressure and emotionally charged game between India and England, Hardik Pandya saved the day.
When the top order failed miserably to face English bowlers, Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya showed momentum and took the score to 168 runs.
Pandya played with composure hitting boundaries one after another. On his fabulous shots, Hardik Pandya’s wife Natasha couldn’t keep calm and was seen jumping in job in the stands.
WATCH: Hardik Pandya’s wife Natasha jumps in joy on Hardik Pandya’s six
Hardik Pandya garnered 63 runs in 33 balls with four 4s and 5 maximums. But the last ball proved to be game-ruiner as he touched the wickets with leg and lost the 4 runs he had hit the ball for. Natasha was quick to give reaction to that as her joy was given a break.
WATCH: Natasha getting sad when Hardik Pandya lost wicket on last ball
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India put 168 runs on board against England
Hardik Pandya pushed India to a decent score of 168 runs after top order failed to perform. India is playing against England in the semi-final of T20 World Cup 2022 and Men in Blue looks in difficult position.
Hardik Pandya garnered 63 runs during his stay for 33 balls in Adelaide Oval. He was supported by Virat Kohli who played for 50 runs. However, star players like KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma had a terrible day against England.
India batters failed against English bowlers as they lose many wickets early in the game. Those who stayed on the pitch could also not do much for the side as they the run flow was extremely slow.
KL Rahul failed once again, Hardik Pandya saves
India opener KL Rahul failed to impress as he went back for just 5 runs in the second over. India captain Rohit Sharma stayed on the pitch for a longer period but couldn’t do much in 28 balls. Sharma made 27 runs and then made way for star batter Suryakumar Yadav.
When fans put their hopes on the stalwart but he also failed to get past Salt who caught his ball near the boundary. Yadav departed for 14 runs.