Indian Cricket team is all set for two-match T20I series against Ireland which will start from today i.e. 27th June 2018. However, team India had reached the UK for the series. As we all know that during the free time Indian cricketers never let it go without enjoying. The same has happened during their journey to the UK. A video went viral in which the player is enjoying their fun time with each other.
Indian all-rounder player Hardik Pandya who is not only famous for his bowling and batting but also for the masti that he did during his free time. In the viral video, Hardik seems to be spending some fun time with the Men in Blue. He decided to turn anchor mid-flight and started interviewing his teammates.
Yes, Pandya along with Yuzvendra Chahal, who was holding a mic and walking along with Pandya to speak the squad members.
Pandya didn’t spare anyone either he is Indian skipper Virat Kohli or former captain cool MS Dhoni. The 27-year-old all-rounder asked Kohli about the atmosphere within the team before the series start. Kohli replied to him and said that he is looking forward to having a good series against both Ireland and England. After talking to skipper, they moved towards Umesh Yadav, Manish Pandey and chinaman Kuldeep Yadav.
The duo carrying their props for doing the interview all around the flight and asked questions one-by-one. They also talked to KL Rahul and he said that ‘I am excited for my first trip to England.’
However, Hitman, Rohit Sharma took a jibe at Chahal and asked him to get a deodorant as he was sweating too much. The trio broke out into laughter and then, they finally moved to former captain cool MS Dhoni. The interview becomes more entertaining when they reached Mahi.
Pandya said to Dhoni that ‘Hi, Mahi Bhai’, but the amazing part of it is that wicketkeeper-batsman ignored him, continued to stare at his screen and offered him a chip from his table. An embarrassed Pandya said, “Bye, Mahi Bhai” and walked off.
See the video:
However, team India will play two day T20Is series against Ireland on 27th June and 29th June while three-T20I, three ODI five Test series against England will be started from 3rd July.