Hardik Pandya's game-changing innings against Australia in 3rd ODI makes Twitterati go berserk. Some reactions are amazing

During India's batting, there were some hiccups in between after Virat Kohli and Kedhar lost their wicket. But Pandya emerged as the ruler of the game

Hardik Pandya has played several innings which have helped the Indian Cricket Team to post a good total on the board. But above all, his magnificent inning of 78 runs off 72 balls against Australia in the third ODI at the Holkar Stadium in Indore will be remembered forever. In 2007, India became the World Champions of T20s and after 10 years, Pandya played a historic inning which helped India to beat Australia in a bilateral series.

After winning the toss, Australia put a challenging score of 293 runs on the board. David Warner (42), Aaron Finch (124) and Steven Smith (63) altogether gave a terrific start but towards the end, Indian bowlers made a good comeback and restricted the Aussies under 300 runs.

In return, Indian openers started smashing the Aussie bowling attack right from the beginning. Though there were some hiccups in between after skipper Virat Kohli and Kedhar lost their wicket. But Pandya covered all the losses and emerged as the ruler of the game with his destructive batting.

Meanwhile, people on Twitter didn’t lose a chance to praise Pandya’s inning and the way they hailed the young Indian all-rounder is worth giving a read:

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