Hardik Pandya is the third fastest 100 IPL six

SRH vs GT Live: Gujarat Titans captain Hardik Pandya showed his great form with the bat in his first fifty for the Gujarat Titans on Monday. Although this fifty off 42 balls was his slowest = all-time fifty in the IPL, during the knock, the all-rounder became the third-fastest Indian to hit 100 sixes in the IPL. Sunrisers hit 26-year-old Aiden Markram at the 6m six landmark while playing against Hyderabad. Follow InsideSport.IN for more updates.

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SRH vs GT Live: Hardik Pandya in third fastest 100 IPL six, as GT captain scores the slowest 50 of his career – check the record

He hit a single off his half-century off the last ball of the innings and scored 50 off 42 balls to help his team reach 162 for seven in 20 overs. However, Pandya’s half-century is his slowest half-century in the IPL.

After losing two wickets for 47 runs in 5.4 overs, the captain came to bat. He first stabilized the innings with Matthew Wade and then a crucial 40-run partnership with David Miller and then a 50-run partnership with Abhinav Manohar.

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Hardik Pandya is enjoying his time in the current edition of IPL. Having suffered an injury and not being able to bowl in the last two editions, he took a break from international cricket after the T20 World Cup and worked on his fitness and is now bowling his full quota over in every game. Apart from that, his batting form has also improved as he has taken on a new role for his franchise by batting at No. 4.

SRH vs GT Live: Hardik Pandya in third fastest 100 IPL six, as GT captain scores the slowest 50 of his career - see record
SRH vs GT Live: Hardik Pandya in third fastest 100 IPL six, as GT captain scores the slowest 50 of his career – check the record

Since finishing his time with the Mumbai Indians and the Indian cricket team, he has taken on this new role and is doing it effectively. He now has 141 runs in four innings at a strike rate of 122.6.

As a captain, he is currently the only captain who has not lost a single match in the tournament as his team has won three matches and found itself in second place in the points table.

SRH vs GT Live: Hardik Pandya in third fastest 100 IPL six, as GT captain scores the slowest 50 of his career – check the record

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