The mantra: Following which Hardik Pandya's Gujarat Titans became IPL champion


Just like the famous latin phrase: 'Veni, Vidi, Vici'. The Gujarat Titans have made their debut in the Indian Premier League (IPL), the world's most popular cricket franchise. They have clinched the little in their first appearance. Under the new captain's leadership, they brought the trophy at home easily. Gujarat-led all-rounder Hardik Pandya seems to have got a whole new look this time. From batting, bowling, fielding to captaincy, all in all, Hardik seems to be back in a new package.

Gujarat lifted the final trophy depending on the captain. After that, Hardik himself got excited. This all-rounder has expressed his feelings by sometimes embracing his teammate or wife. Hardik, who has transformed himself with hard work and perseverance, said that he wanted to express his hard work on this stage.

Becoming the player of the macth in the final, Hardik said, "I wanted to show why I worked so hard. After dismissing Sanju, just after the second ball I understood the length, which would bring a good result. Winning a trophy is more important to me than batting at a strike rate of 160. To me, the team is first. I love to bat more. Batting is very close to my heart. After the auction, I realized that for the team, I have to bat at number four. "

Although he has had the opportunity to touch the IPL trophy many times, this is the first time that Hardik has had the opportunity to lift the trophy as a captain. Excited Hardik said that he has set an example as a captain. There is nothing unbelievable about the team. "It's an example to any team in the world," he said. "When you play as a team, when you can make great teams, when you have good people by your side, incredible things can happen, " he added.

Hardik added: "Ashish Nehra and I wanted to play the right bowlers. In T20 I saw it was a game of batters but it’s the bowlers who help to win matches. We won a lot of matches, but we talked about where we went wrong. I'm lucky to have won the final five times. It's very special to me."