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I don't care about records: Hardik Pandya after 34-ball 91 vs KKR

Mumbai Indians were reeling at 58 for 4 in chase of a mammoth 233-run target against Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens on Sunday.

Andre Russell had demolished the MI bowling attack smashing a 40-ball 80 in a must-win Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019.

Not a lot of cricketers have been able to overshadow Russell's masterclass in IPL 2019 but in-form India all-rounder Hardik Pandya managed to do it with ease.

Pandya gave Mumbai Indians dugout and their fans a glimmer of hope in their 233-run chase with some extraordinary ball-striking skills.

Panya was just 9 runs short of his maiden T20 century but the Mumbai Indians' all-rounder said he didn't play for records and has never cared about personal milestones.

His IPL 2019 numbers 355 runs at close to a strike rate of 200 from 12 matches tell us a lot about his improved consistency.

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