Team India is on the verge of sealing the Border-Gavaskar Trophy for the first time on the Australian soil. The visitors dominated the Aussies in all departments of the game and needless to say each and every member of the team is in a very happy state of mind. Hardik Pandya’s happiness was even seen on the field when a few fans at the stadium were playing the drums and tambourines. The beats were so catchy that Pandya could not stop himself from breaking into dance moves. Ind vs Aus 4th Test Day 4 Video Highlights: Kuldeep Yadav Claims a Five-Wicket Haul as India Enforce Follow-On.
Pandya did not find a spot in the playing XI of the team but was preparing himself in case if the team needed a substitute fielder. The all-rounder did not seal a spot even in the playing XI during the Melbourne test too. Pandya’s moves were recorded by a few fans at the stadium and they took to social media to share the moment. Check out the video below.
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Earlier this year, during the Asia cup 2018, Pandya had gotten himself injured and was away from action for a few months. After he recovered from his injury, Pandya did quite well for Baroda in the Ranji Trophy. Talking about the match, India is in total control of the game as they enforced a follow-on after the hosts were bundled out on 300 runs.