Though India finished as runners-up, Saharan praised his team for their dominant run in the tournament. “It was great, I am very proud of the boys, they played very well. The entire team, from the start to the end, showed fighting spirit. They played very well and I am proud of them.”
Saharan also signed off as the leading run-getter of the competition, amassing 397 runs in seven games at an average of 56.71, including a century and three fifties. He added that he wants to take the learnings from this competition for progressing forward in his cricketing career.
“There have been a lot of learnings, right from the start to now. I have learnt a lot from the staff and even during the match, have learnt so much. I just want to take all the learnings from this tournament and move forward in my career.”