The Indian cricket team is currently playing two international series at the same time. One team under the leadership of Virat Kohli will be touring England, where the team will play a five-match Test series from August 4, while the other team will play a limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka under captaincy. Shikhar Dhawan. Even after selecting two international teams at the same time, India can still select two teams and win any tournament in the world. Team India all-rounder Hardik Pandya believes so. Pandya, who debuted internationally in 2016, lauded India’s depth in world cricket. He said India could field two more teams and win any tournament in the world.
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India have already won a three-match ODI series in Sri Lanka and five Indian players have made their debut in the third ODI. Before the match, Pandya said, “Our roles are very clear in the main team as well. With the kind of talent that the Indian team has in progress, I think we can still pick two teams and win any tournament in the world.
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Pandya pointed out that every cricketer needs to grow as an athlete and person. The Baroda all-rounder likes to celebrate his failures because he teaches the game a lot. So Pandya hopes he keeps learning and remembers things.
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He said, ‘I understand that in life you have to keep growing. You have to move forward as a cricketer and as a man. My process is growing as a man. You make mistakes, you fail, but I love to celebrate my failures. I like to celebrate my bad days. It’s a part of the game and it teaches you a lot. I’d love to remember that. ‘