Hardik Pandya has been seen often losing his temper with his teammates on the field. Another such incident happened on Saturday when India was taking on England in the 2nd T20I of the match at Edgbaston.
Hardik was caught cursing one of his teammates while he was bowling. It seemed that the fielder didn’t move how Hardik wanted to set him. He lost his temper and used some non-printable words which means “Look at me when I am bowling. Don’t care what he’s saying.” It’s not confirmed yet who was the fielder Pandya shouting at.
Pandya had a brilliant match with both bat and ball in the 1st T20I and was adjudged as Man of the Match. But he couldn’t perform well in the 2nd T20I. He could only manage to score 12(15) with the bat while he went for 8 runs in his first over. After that, this kind of Pandya’s behaviour will surely not be supported by the fans.
It’s not the first time he had done something like this. In IPL he was seen abusing senior Indian pacer Md. Shami. He also lost his temper with Ishan Kishan in Ireland for misleading into the review.
Earlier, the England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and put India to bat first. With help of Ravindra Jadeja’s fighting 46, India reached 170/8 in their 20 overs. The Indian bowlers performed exceptionally well and bundled out the hosts on only 121 runs and secured the match with 49 runs. India. Now India has the 2-0 series. After a setback in the Edgbaston Test, some pain will be lessened by confirming the T20I series win at that same Rose Bowl of Edgbaston.