Shahid Afridi, a former captain of Pakistan, praised India’s performances in these two games, noting that the Men in Blue had started to adopt quite diverse 20-over strategies. In an unexpected move at Edgbaston, Rishabh Pant was chosen as Rohit Sharma’s opening partner. Rishabh Pant was well suited to go hard from ball one. The middle-order scored runs, and Ravindra Jadeja’s stunning 46 (29), highlighting the lineup’s batting depth, was the cherry on top.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar is now content with the direction of his life. It is a two-pronged pace battery that any country would consider themselves fortunate to have, supported by Jasprit Bumrah. The pace attack is starting to take form ahead of the World Cup in Australia, with Hardik Pandya’s bowling also getting back to its best and Harshal Patel always being a crucial wicket-taker in the middle and death overs.

Middle overs may be utilized to assault the batters thanks to Yuzvendra Chahal’s revival and ongoing toolbox, while Ravindra Jadeja’s assistance can disrupt the run-flow.

India delivered a comprehensive, decisive performance that was thrilling to behold. On Sunday, the series’ last T20I will be contested in Nottingham, and India will be gunning for a clean sweep series win as a declaration of war for the next T20 competitions. Before leaving for London for the ODI series, which starts on Tuesday, Rohit Sharma, the Indian skipper, will want to continue his winning streak.