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WATCH: Natasa Stankovic breaks down while meeting husband Hardik Pandya post Gujarat Titans’ title win

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Hardik Pandya’s wife Natasa Stankovic broke down in tears after meeting her husband Post Gujarat Titans’ title triumph on Sunday. Gujarat Titans registered an easy victory over Rajasthan Royals in the final as the Titans emerged the winners by 7 wickets with 11 deliveries to spare. Gujarat Titans created history by winning the IPL trophy in their debut season, while Hardik Pandya also won his first championship as the skipper.

The Titans’ camp erupted in joy as soon as Shubman Gill hit the winning six to win the final. The skipper Hardik Pandya alongside his players was all smiles when his wife came down to meet him.

Natasa Stankovic cries while hugging her husband Hardik Pandya

After Gujarat Titans’ win, the power couple hugged each other in delight but Natasa broke down in tears during the moment. Hardik could be seen consoling her as the couple hugged each other.

Hardik Pandya went through a lot prior to the IPL 2022 as he didn’t play any cricket post-the T20 World Cup. He struggled with injuries and spent the time away from the game before Gujarat Titans announced him the skipper for the newly-inducted team ahead of the new edition of the mega-event.

Not only did Hardik Pandya make an outstanding contribution with his performances, but his captaincy also stood out throughout the tournament. Knowing all the struggles his husband went through, Natasa Stankovic probably broke down after getting emotional.

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With the T20 World Cup lined up later this year, the biggest positive for the Indian cricket from the IPL 2022 is – Hardik Pandya, the all-rounder, is back.

The destructive all-rounder looked very assured with the bat as he amassed 487 runs in 15 matches at an average of 44.27 and a strike rate of 131.26. While he didn’t bowl a lot, his performance with the ball in the final comes as a breath of fresh air for the Indian faithful. Pandya scalped 8 wickets in 10 innings at an economy rate of 7.27, including the match-winning spell of 3/17 in the final.

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