Hardik Pandya after India’s exit from the T20 World Cup
Hardik Pandya, India founder, tweeted that he was devastated after the team exited T20 Globalism 2022 Cup after losing to England in the semi-final match at the Adelaide Oval Stadium on Thursday. pandya and Virat Kohli They were the only performers India The pair hit half a century each to help them reach a respectable total of 168/6 but England only fixed it 16 times to win 10 wickets.
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Pandya scored 33 balls, 63 blistered and did not come out.
“Devastating, devastating, painful. Hard to bear, for all of us. For my teammates, I’ve enjoyed the bond we built – we fought for each other every step of the way. Thank you to our support team for their endless dedication and hard work for months on end,” she tweeted Pandya after the match.
Devastating, devastating, painful. It’s hard to bear, for all of us. For my teammates, I enjoyed the bond we built – we fought for each other every step of the way. Thanks to our support team for their endless dedication and hard work for months on end. pic.twitter.com/HlVUC8BNq7
– Hardik Pandya (@hardikpandya7) November 10, 2022
He also thanked the fans for their support throughout the team’s journey in Australia. “To our fans who have supported us everywhere we went, we are forever grateful. It wasn’t meant to be this way, but we will think and keep fighting.”
Indian players will not have time to think about the failed campaign as the majority of them will now head to New Zealand where they will play three T20I matches and several ODI matches, starting November 18.
India coach Rahul Dravid had praised Pandya during a post-match media interaction.
“I think Hardyk was really cool, and in the end it looked like we were a lot shorter even from 15, 20 (a run). But I think we should have been able to get to 180, 185 on that wicket. Maybe things were different with that wicket,” Dravid said. Small gate early then.
Dravid said the team will reflect on the performance. “I’m sure when you lose in the semi-final it’s disappointing, but there are things we can look at and think about and see that we’ve improved and we can move on and move forward as we build the World Cup,” he said.
In the final on Sunday, England will play Pakistan in Melbourne cricket a land.
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