Hardik Pandya is leading from the front in T20 cricket. He has made vital contributions with the bat and ball and recently scripted a memorable T20I series win over New Zealand.
He took 4 wickets and scored 30 vital runs for the side at the Narendra Modi stadium. He became the first India all-rounder to score 4000+ runs and take 100+ in the game’s shortest format.
Former India player Yusuf Pathan with 4852 runs and 99 wickets, couldn’t touch the landmark.
Meanwhile, India defeated the Kiwis by 168 runs in a series decider, with Shubman Gill scoring an unbeaten 126 off 63 balls. The home team accumulated 234/4 and bowled the rivals on a score of 66.
Apart from Pandya, Arshdeep Singh, Shivam Mavi, and Umran Malik dismissed two batters each.