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Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul Enjoys a Great Friendship Bond

Indian Cricketer KL Rahul or Kannanur Lokesh Rahul plays at a top order right-handed batsman and an occasional wicket-keeper also. in the Indian Premier League, KL Rahul played for Kings XI Punjab.

All-rounder Hardik Himanshu Pandya or Hardik Pandya bats right-handed and bowls right-arm fast-medium. He plays for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League. His elder brother Krunal Pandya is also a cricketer and now has been selected in India's T20I squads against West Indies and Australia. He will act as a direct replacement of his brother in the team.

Hardik Pandya is suffering from an injury and is on the road to recovery. In the Asia Cup 2018, Hardik Pandya got injured in the match between India and Pakistan and is carried on the stretcher off the field. He is striving to restore his full fitness.

The three cricketers share a great bond and share some amazing moments too. Once in IPL 2018, Kings XI Punjab wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul and Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya swapped their team t-shirts in front of the crowd at Wankhede after the match.

KL Rahul scored 94 runs off 60 balls against Mumbai Indians in their Indian Premier League 2018 match. Despite his brilliant knock, Kings XI Punjab suffered a three-run defeat at the hands of Mumbai Indians.

Hardik Pandya, who plays alongside KL Rahul in the Indian cricket team was seen consoling Rahul after the loss. The two also swapped their jerseys, which is a common football tradition practiced across the world.

KL Rahul said, “Look we have seen this happening a lot in football. And obviously, Hardik and I are good friends so I felt like it would be nice to collect some jerseys and bring that tradition into cricket as well,”.

Hardik Pandya is a person who has many fans, even Hardik Pandya shared a video of former Indian Captain MS Dhoni’s three-year-old daughter Ziva cheering for him during India’s second T20I against Ireland in Dublin. MS Dhoni Biographydepicts the life of the great Mahendra Singh Dhoni.