Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya’s big brother, Krunal Pandya made his One-day International (ODI) debut against England in Pune, on Tuesday. On his ODI debut, Krunal managed to score a quick half-century. Pandya made a world record of registering the fastest ODI fifty on his debut. After his stellar performance, the cricketer was asked to have a word with the commentators. Former cricketer Murali Kartik, now a commentator, asked Krunal about how he feels after his achievement. The cricketer couldn’t find words to express himself and got emotional.
The Baroda all-rounder said, “This is for my father.” Some minutes later, Krunal was seen breaking down into tears on the field. In a video shared on Twitter, Hardik Pandya is spotted consoling his big brother Krunal Pandya. After a quick half-century, the ODI debutant was seen hugging Hardik and crying inconsolably. Kartik made sure he was there for his brother during this emotional moment. Both the brothers won hearts as they were there for each other on the playing field. BCCI made a tweet and shared the video on Twitter. The tweet read, “This is all heart A teary moment for ODI debutant @krunalpandya24 post his brilliant quick-fire half-century @hardikpandya7 #TeamIndia #INDvENG @Paytm.”
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya lost their father in January this year. Hardik had made a post and informed fans about the news. Later, the cricketer had shared videos with his father, remembering him. Talking about the match on Tuesday, Krunal Pandya came in to bat at 205 runs for five with less than 10 overs pending. Krunal scored a successful half-century in just 26 balls. Also Read: Yuzvendra Chahal Teases Fans With A Glimpse Of His Wedding Video; His Romantic Message For Wifey Dhanashree Verma Is Too Adorable- WATCH
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