Hardik Pandya

Previous Britain Michael Vaughan, in his segment for the Message, had serious areas of strength for offered on India, following their disheartening loss in the semi-last of the T20 World Cup a week ago. Vaughan had composed that India have accomplished literally nothing since winning the ODI World Cup at home in 2011. He additionally marked the Indian group as the most failing to meet expectations white-ball group in the set of experiences. Responding to Vaughan’s remarks, India all-rounder Hardik Pandya concocted a well-suited reaction.

While recommending that there is a lot of opportunity to get better, Hardik, who will lead the group during the impending white-ball visit through New Zealand, said that they don’t have to demonstrate anything to anybody.

“I comprehend individuals have various perspectives. Being at the worldwide level, I don’t think we want to demonstrate anything to anybody. It’s a game, you continue to attempt to improve and at last when the outcome should happen it will work out. There are things we really want to work on, proceeding we will amend and chip away at it,” Hardik told the media in Wellington.

India will play three T20Is, trailed by as numerous ODIs, beginning with the main game at the Sky Arena in Wellington on Friday, November 18. The two India and New Zealand needed to confront rout in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. While New Zealand were beaten by Pakistan, India’s process was finished by the inevitable heroes, Britain.