Deepak Hooda made records
Deepak Hooda made records by scoring 33 runs in one inning. Beating Rahul Gambhir, Deepak Hooda made history.
At the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground in England, India and England are playing their first T20 match. This T20 series consists of three matches. Team India’s Deepak Hooda, who came to bat in this game, was struck out after only 30 runs in his innings. However, despite his few innings, he still set a new record.
In fact, Deepak Hooda’s T20 career consists of four innings. In his first four T20 innings, Hooda has scored 205 runs. Deepak Hooda has now set a record for the most runs scored by an Indian in the first 4 innings of a T20 international match.
Deepak Hooda achieves this record by beating Rahul Dravid, who was the first person to do so.
Hardik Pandya’s statement after India won
“There is No Point Playing, When…” Hardik Pandya made a significant statement after India won by 50 runs in the first T20I.
In the opening T20I in Southampton on Thursday, India defeated England with 50 runs thanks to Hardik Pandya.
In just 33 balls, Pandya’s fast-fire 51 helped India to put up a massive total of 198 runs. After that, he went back to the bowl, smashing England with four important wickets: Jason Roy, Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone, and Sam Curran.
Pandya made cricket history in India by being the first player to ever hit a fifty and take four wickets in the same T20I match.
Pandya stated in his speech that he works on his fitness while taking a vacation from the sport. He said that the choice to take a lengthy vacation from the game had been conscious.