Australia coach Justin Langer on Sunday described India all-rounder Hardik Pandya’s match-winning innings in the second T20 International as an “incredible spectacle” and likened him to former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni as a finisher.

A swashbuckling Pandya struck 42 not out off 22 balls as he finished what Shikhar Dhawan had set out to achieve with a scintillating 36-ball 52 to set up India’s series-clinching six-wicket win.

“It was an incredible spectacle of a game. We know how dangerous he (Pandya) is. In the past we had MS Dhoni and the way he (Pandya) played today,” Langer said at the virtual post-match press conference.

Pandya shines as India seals T20I series

“He has played really well all summer so, obviously it was a great innings in the end there.

Langer admitted that India was too good for his side with a lot of experienced T20 players in it…

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