Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya appeared to support 'Black Lives Matter' in the Indian Premier League. In the match against Rajasthan Royals, Hardik Pandya supported 'Black Lives Matter' by sitting on his knees during his batting. Let us tell you that by doing this, Hardik Pandya has become the first player to support BLM in the Indian Premier League. All-rounder Hardik Pandya scored an unbeaten 60 off just 21 balls against Rajasthan.
After Matt completed his half-century in the 19th over, Pandya sat on one knee and raised his right hand and expressed his support for the ongoing campaign against racism. West Indies all-rounder and Mumbai's acting captain Kieron Pollard, who was sitting off the ground, supported him by tying his right fist. Hardik Pandya also tweeted a picture of himself after the match and captioned it 'Black Lives Matter'.
West Indian Test captain Jason Holder, who plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad, expressed disappointment last week that no IPL team has shown support for the campaign. Mumbai scored 195 for five thanks to Pandya's unbeaten 60 in the match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals, but Stokes scored 152 runs for the third wicket and Samson won Rajasthan by eight wickets. Let us know that at this time Mumbai Indians are in good condition in IPL 2020 and this is the first half-century of Hardik Pandya this season.