On Point- Hardik Pandya’s reply to Vaughan’s ‘India biggest underperformers’ comment

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Hardik Pandya, who is set to lead India in the T20I series in New Zealand, has responded to Michael Vaughan’s remarks on the Indian cricket team.

On Wednesday, India’s reserve captain Hardik Pandya responded to Michael Vaughan’s remarks of ‘the biggest underperformance in India,’ saying the Indian side has nothing to prove to anyone but room for improvement. 

In his column for The Telegraph, Vaughan marked that India, the underperforming white ball team in history, should drop their pride and look to England for inspiration to win the trophy. Under Rohit Sharma,

 India reached the semi-finals of his T20 World Cup, but from the end, he fell at the second hurdle, losing to Butler’s England by ten wickets and failing to defend 178.

India is the worst-performing white ball team in history. He is blown away by how he plays T20 cricket because of their talent. They have players, but they need proper processes. You have to go for it. Why do they give the first five overs to the opposing bowler?” Vaughn wrote he 

I understand that people think differently. On an international level, you don’t need to prove anything to anyone. It’s a sport, you’re always trying to get better, and if you want results, in the end, they will. There are things we have to work on, and in the future, we will fix and edit them,” Hardik said when asked about Vaughan’s comments to the media. T20 World Cup, they have to deal with it, and the roadmap for the next edition of the match starts now. Absence of experienced players like KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, and Rohit Sharma

“There are disappointments in the T20 World Championship, but we are professionals. We have to think about how to manage our success, move forward, get better and correct our mistakes,” said Hardik in his first match. 

Hardik said the series is an excellent opportunity for young players to prove themselves in the team and perform well. 

“The main actors are not here, but the talent we have… The players already here have been playing in India for a year and a half and two years to prove themselves in international cricket.” I have enough time to express myself.

I’m looking forward to them, the new players, the new team, and the new energy, so it’s going to be very exciting,” Hardik added.

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