Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was impressed with India’s brilliant batting by Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya in the third and final ODI here. Hardik (92 not out) and Jadeja (66 not out) shared an unbeaten 150-run partnership. India won the match by 13 runs.
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Asked if the partnership between Hardik-Jadeja made the match for India’s side, Maxwell said, “Yes, definitely, I think the way the wicket was behaving, we took five wickets for 150 runs.” Were and the bowling line-up was only one wicket away from coming to bat, so we knew we were one wicket away. ‘
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Alex Carrie’s loss out
He said in a ‘virtual press conference’ after the match, ‘But, unfortunately, the pressure they played, the pressure they put in, they (Hardik and Jadeja) played a great innings and snatched the match with the best shots. Maxwell, who scored 59 off 38 balls in the Australian innings, also felt that the dismissal of wicketkeeper Alex Carey (38) was a loss for his team, losing his team by 13 runs. He said, ‘I think Carrie’s run out was going to change the attitude of the match for us, which was completely my fault. ‘