Picture goes viral, users claim Pandya spells magic before bowling Pakistan

A tremendous video of the India-Pakistan cricket match is creating a stir on social media. This video shows the young great bowler of Indian cricket, Hardik Pandya while he is bowling for Pakistan. In the viral video, Hardik Pandya can be heard saying something to himself before bowling, it seems that maybe he is doing some magic. And what happened after that was very shocking.

In a video going viral on social media, Hardik Pandya can be seen saying something. On the very next ball, he also gets the wicket of Pakistan’s opener Imam-ul-Haq. After this, Pakistan’s moment of happiness turned into extreme disappointment in front of the packed Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad late afternoon on Saturday afternoon.
Imam’s return to form was big news for Pakistan during the crucial World Cup 2023 match against India as he looked well set on 36, looking to add to his score and cause concern for the Indian team. Were increasing. But in a disappointing turn of events, Imam ruined his perfect start as Hardik dismissed him.

Everyone wants to know – this is the most tracked question at the moment: What did Hardik Pandya say to the ball (before taking Imam’s wicket)?” In a conversation with Star Sports after the match, Hardik Pandya revealed that He was doing nothing but pushing himself to bowl in the right areas and not do anything out of the box.

When India won the toss, they opted to field first. Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan made an 80+ run partnership, with Babar scoring his first half-century against India in ODIs. However, Pakistan’s batting collapsed from then on and they lost their last 8 wickets for just 36 runs. He was out for just 192 runs. Rohit Sharma played a blistering inning of 85 runs, with Shreyas Iyer scoring his first half-century of the World Cup 2023 as India easily won the match with 7 wickets and 19.3 overs remaining. India’s winning streak has once again been continued by Pakistan in the World Cup 2023 with its 8th consecutive win.

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