Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya may have smashed four disdainful sixes and a four during his whirlwind 16-ball 35 but it looks like he wasn’t content with it.
The swashbuckler was dismissed by Reece Topley in the final over of the Indian innings after he mistimed an attempted pull-stroke.
It was a slower bouncer which was bowled wide of off-stump by Reece Topley and Pandya skied it and Jason Roy completed a sharp catch to end his innings.
So frustrated was Hardk after getting dismissed that as he went past the boundary rope, he proceeded to smash bats that were placed in the dug-out.
That said, it was a brilliant cameo by the junior Pandya. After having missed out in the first ODI, Hardik Pandya looked like he was on a mission as he announced his arrival with a flat-batted over backward-square leg.
The Indian all-rounder smashed three more sixes and a four during his knock and added 37 runs in a mere 2 overs alongside Rishabh Pant.
Following Pant’s dismissal, Hardik added another 26 runs in 18 balls with his brother Krunal as India eventually finished with 6/336 in 50 overs.