In the final ODI, Hardik Pandya took 4/24 and scored a match-winning 71 0f 55 balls. He won the Player of the Series award for his heroics with the bat and the ball against England.
Experts and fans have hailed Pandya by claiming that he is the all-rounder India had been looking for years.
He got rid of Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, Liam Livingstone, and the skipper Jos Buttler.
Pandya used the short ball perfectly to punish the batting team. He eyed Livingstone.
Pandya kept bowling short to him, so he hit hard. Ravindra Jadeja caught Livingstone, so Pandya won.
Fans praised Pandya's bowling performance. After the match, he was asked about his bowling strategy.
Hardik revealed, “It’s Important for me to stop the runs and bowl dot balls. They were cruising at one point. I love short balls. Don’t fancy people taking me on. Gets me into the game. I’m shameless as a bowler, and I don’t mind getting hit for six sixes if I can get a wicket.”