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Hardik And Krunal Reminisces His Maiden Media Interview
By CricShots - Jul 6, 2020 4:08 pm
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The Indian all-rounder, Hardik Pandya, and his elder brother, Krunal Pandya are one of the few siblings to have played for India. Recently, Krunal took Twitter and posted the video of their maiden media interview. In the video, he can be seen talking about his dream to play domestic cricket for Baroda and working hard to be able to play for India.

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On the other hand, Hardik Pandya can be seen asserting to the interviewer that just like the Pathan Brothers (Irfan and Yousuf) achieved success at the domestic and international level, he would like to do the same along with his elder brother.

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Captioning the video on Twitter, Krunal wrote: “Throwback to the #PandyaBrothers’ first ever interview Just young kids with big dreams If we can make it, anyone can. Just work hard to achieve your dreams hardikpandya7”.

Hardik, who has played for Indian in all the three formats, re-tweeted the video and wrote “This is gold my bro to see now.”

Both Hardik And Krunal have been one of the most active cricketers on social media during the forced break due to the coronavirus pandemic. Recently, Hardik uploaded a video on Instagram where he can be seen doing push-ups but with a twist and challenged India skipper Virat Kohli, his brother Krunal and KL Rahul to try and match him.

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Hardik, who failed to make a comeback during India’s tour to New Zealand earlier this year as he was recovering from a back injury, was looking to love his worth in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

However, Hardik’s wait to make a comeback to the competitive cricket has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to postpone the cash-rich T20 league until further notice as a precautionary measure to stop the spread of the virus.