Hardik Pandya makes 3 sixes in the final 3 balls.

Watch as Hardik Pandya hits three sixes in the final three balls of Australia’s maiden Twenty20 encounter.

Australia vs. India: In the penultimate over of India’s innings, Hardik Pandya erupted, hitting Cameron Green for a hat-trick of sixes.

On Tuesday in Mohali, Hardik Pandya produced a magnificent undefeated innings of 71 from 30 deliveries. But the first T20I saw Australia thrash India, thus his efforts were in vain. India had the opportunity to bat first and finished with a score of 208/6 thanks to Hardik’s game-changing strike. So the all-rounder played with good strike rate throughout his innings and was in excellent form. But he really ramped it up in the penultimate over of India’s inning against Cameron Green. Hardik Patel first stopped a single off the second delivery, then managed two runs off the third delivery, and eventually hammered 6, 6, 6 off the final three balls to help India achieve a manageable total.

So first, Hardik hit a short delivery for a flat six over midwicket. He next hit a full ball over extra cover and a short, wide delivery over point to finish off his hat trick of sixes.

Watch how Hardik Pandya hurts Cameron Green.

During the innings, Hardik reached his second 50-run T20I milestone. was especially important because India required a high total on a favorable batting surface.
KL Rahul’s (55 off 35) and Suryakumar Yadav’s prior performance created the foundation for India (46 off 25).

Australia was able to score with four deliveries remaining. However, the visitors were only able to take a 1-0 series lead despite Cameron Green’s 61 off 30 at the top of the order and Matthew Wade’s unbeaten 45 off 21 at No. 7.

Axar Patel thus shown excellent batsmanship, capturing three wickets for just 17 runs in his four overs. The Australian bats, on the other hand, totally destroyed the remaining Indian bowlers.

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