When you look back, one series doesn’t matter, says Hardik Pandya following the WI series loss.

India’s series loss to the West Indies (minimum three games) in any format (by an eight-wicket margin in the fifth T20I) became their first in that format since 2006. However, captain Hardik Pandya believes that sometimes “losing is good.”

India scored 165/9 in a match where the victor advances, with Suryakumar Yadav blasting 61 off 45 balls while other batters battled. With Brandon Kings scoring 85 not out off 55 balls and Nicholas Pooran collecting 47, the West Indies finished the chase in just 18 overs.

After the heartbreaking series loss, Pandya claimed that “losing is good” since it allowed Team India to gain important knowledge.

“It’s a long trip. The ODI World Cup is approaching. And occasionally, losing is beneficial. You gain a lot of knowledge. A particular remark should also go to the boys. Their character was admirable. At the post-match presentation ceremony, Pandya remarked, “We are going to make sure we learn from that. The process includes both winning and losing.

Pandya acknowledged that India’s first innings momentum was lost as a result of his extremely sluggish knock of 14 from 18 balls.

“As you can see, we were defeated after 10 overs. Since I arrived, I haven’t been able to capitalize, and I’ve taken my time and haven’t been able to complete,” Pandya added.

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