Krunal And Hardik Pandya Loses Their Father After Cardiac Arrest
By CricShots - Jan 16, 2021 12:37 pm
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Baroda skipper Krunal Pandya has been permitted to leave the bio-bubble created for Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in Vadodara as the all-rounder’s father died. Krunal Pandya has left the bubble in order to be with his family and as a result, he will not be taking further part in the for Baroda in the ongoing Indian T20 tournament.

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Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya

Exlapining the same as per the quotes in ANI, Baroda Cricket Association CEO Shishir Hattangadi said, “Yes, Krunal Pandya has left the bubble. It is a personal tragedy, Baroda Cricket Association mourns this loss of Hardik and Krunal.” Krunal Pandya has played three matches so far in the ongoing Syed Mushtaq tournament, managing to take four wickets.

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The Indian skipper, captain Virat Kohli expressed his condolences on Twitter for the Pandya brothers – Hardik and Krunal. Tweteing about the same, Virat wrote: “Heartbroken to hear about the demise of Hardik and Krunal’s dad. Spoke to him a couple of times, looked a joyful and full of life person. May his soul rest in peace. Stay strong you two. @hardikpandya7 @krunalpandya24”.

Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan also paid condolences to Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya family on Saturday.

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He tweeted, “Remember meeting uncle for the first time at motibagh. He was so keen for his sons to play good cricket. My condolences to You and family. May god give you strength to pass through this difficult time @krunalpandya24 

In the first match against Uttarakhand, Krunal also managed to amass just 76 runs for Baroda. Baroda has so far won all its three games they have played so far in the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. The side is at the top of Elite Group C. Hardik Pandya is not playing the ongoing Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy but he had commenced his training for the upcoming white-ball series against England.