THE CORNERED TIGER: At 92-7, with his back against the wall & Rabada, Steyn, Morkel, Philander breathing fire on a seaming Cape Town Wicket, Hardik Pandya was a cornered tiger. This run a ball 93, battling fire with fire, will be remembered for a long, long time. Special player
— Srini Mama 💲 (@SriniMama16) January 6, 2018
Yesterday: Why Pandya? He’s not even a proper batsman, he’s not even a proper bowler.
Today: Oh holy Lord, hail the Jacques Kallis of Team India. #SAvIND
— Sameer Allana (@HitmanCricket) January 6, 2018
Pandya actually said 'Yeh sab daraa ne ke liye hai. Nahi daalega' (this is just for scaring, he won't bowl that way), after Rabada kept a forward
short leg for Bhuvi. This guy is sucha character! 😂😂😂 #SAvIND
— Aishwaryaa H (@ImAishu_) January 6, 2018
107/7 and Pandya worrying about the wide ball he just left and asking Bhuvi " Dena chahiye tha kya?" is the moment of the match for me.
— RJK (@rahul_jk) January 6, 2018
Hardik Pandya is more than an all rounder. He is a batsman, a bowler and a commentator. #SAvIND
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) January 6, 2018
Hardik Pandya proving he's easily the best of India's three number 8s.
— Neil Manthorp (@NeilManthorp) January 6, 2018
India's investment on and development of Pandya has been exceptional. Yet it still feels like he's exceeding expectations earlier than is normal. Been so good over the last six months
— Hassan Cheema (@mediagag) January 6, 2018
Hardik Pandya now has the highest score in this test. Against an attack that reads Steyn, Morkel, Philander and Rabada.
Let that sink in!
— if Shrikant,who can? (@HomerOpines) January 6, 2018