Gujarat Titans captain Hardik Pandya sees colleague Sai Sudharsan doing “extraordinary things” in establishment cricket in the following two years. Sudharsan scored 62 off 48 balls as Titans restrained Delhi Capitals for their second dominant as many matches. “He (Sai Sudharsan) has been batting marvellously. Credit to the care staff and to him too. How much batting he finished over the most recent 15 days, all the outcome you see is all his persistent effort. “Proceeding, on the off chance that I’m basically on the right track, in two years, he’ll accomplish something extraordinary for establishment cricket and in the long run for India,” expressed Hardik at the post-match show.

Picking to bowl, Pandya made some shrewd bowling changes to limit host group Delhi Capitals to 162/8 preceding winning the challenge by six wickets with 11 balls in excess.

“It is my impulse. I like to back myself. I’d prefer to back myself and tumble down then take others’ choices. I’d prefer to land the principal punch than take the main punch.” In the quest for 163, GT lost the critical wickets of Shubman Gill and Pandya to be 54/3 inside the Powerplay. However, 21-year-old Sai Sudharshan showed fine self-restraint to moor the pursuit with an unbeaten exertion.