Manish Pandey. Karnataka’s top order batsman batting in the lower middle order for Team India. Pandey hit a half-century in the fourth T20I in Wellington against New Zealand. On the basis of his half-century, India pulled this match up to the super-over. Pandey improved his special achievement in T20 with this match.
Pandey has not been out in the last 12 T20 matches. Pandey, who returned unbeaten on 50 in the fourth T20I, has played 50, 14, 14, 31, 22, 2 unbeaten innings in the last six T20I matches. Whereas in six T20 matches before that, he has scored 50, 14, 14, 31, 60 and three runs.
Will do a clean sweep now
Manish Pandey is seen becoming the lucky charm of Team India. While in their playing XI, Team India has won 18 T20I matches in a row. In any T20I match that Pandey has played for India since March 2018, India has won that match. Pandey’s average in T20I is 46.40. He has won the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy for his team Karnataka twice in a row. Let us know that this is India’s top domestic T20 tournament.
In the history of T20I matches, no team has won a series 5–0 yet. India are leading 4–0 in the five-match series against New Zealand. After the fourth match, Manish Pandey said that Team India will try to win this series 5–0. Manish had said,
‘Our goal is not just for these two matches, but for every match, we will not give up in any match until the last ball is thrown. If you play with this intention, then you can get matches where you probably have to play super over, and then you win from there. And now we have a chance to do it 5-0 and it will be really good to do it. Let the fifth match come, we will try to take a 5-0 lead, this is our plan. ‘
The fifth match of this series will be played on Sunday, February 2.