Hardik Pandya Exchanges His Jersey With KL Rahul & Says These Heartwarming Things

Cricket is a game of spirit and people love it the most for the way it takes over them for a worthwhile. Now, in India, the 2018 IPL season is trending, and we can’t agree more because this league not only has the best things to offer for the Indian cricket buffs but worldwide cricket fans too. Yesterday’s The IPL encounter between Mumbai Indians and Kings XI Punjab turned out to be a high-scoring thriller with the hosts emerging victorious at the Wankhede stadium, keeping their hopes alive for the playoffs.

Kings XI Punjab largely dominated the game with both bat and ball, thanks to one-sided contributions from KL Rahul and Andrew Tye. Once again, Punjab’s tendency to be dependent on the services of Rahul and Tye came into the limelight.

They were well on course towards a win with the century stand between Rahul and Aaron Finch. KL Rahul scored a valiant 94 before holding out in the deep with 20 required off 10 balls.

KL Rahul and zainab abbas

The agony of Rahul was prevalent on his face when he got dismissed, and the narrow three-run loss only aggravated the distraught. Hardik Pandya, who is a close friend of KL, made sure the Karnataka batsman received the praises he deserved even though his team lost. Pandya, brought in the jersey exchange culture from football into cricket, won the hearts of many through his gesture to Rahul.

“Play hard, play fair! Respect comes first. Super knock, by a super player and an even better friend klrahul11. #MIvKXIP mipaltan lionsdenkxip,” Hardik wrote in his message. Check out his tweet here:

Next to this, “We’ve seen this happening a lot in football. Hardik and I are good friends, and I felt like it would be nice to collect some jersey and bring this tradition into cricket as well,” Rahul said in a video uploaded in the IPL website.

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