‘Hope they fixed your brains too’ – KL Rahul trolls Hardik Pandya after his successful lower back surgery
Hardik Pandya's last appearance came against South Africa in T20I series.
Updated - Oct 6, 2019 11:31 am
India’s bashing all-rounder Hardik Pandya who has been a regular face of Team India in limited over squad had met with a lower back injury and is currently not featuring in the first home Test series of the year. India is currently hosting a three-match series against South Africa in the longest format. The star all-rounder has been struggling with the back problem since the recent past.
Hardik was a part of the team that featured in the World Cup 2019 that was hosted by England. The youngster played quite a few cameos in that mega event and bagged 10 wickets for his side in the mega event. After Virat Kohli and Co. were eliminated from the semi-final after they faced a heartbreaking defeat from New Zealand, they had to land on Caribbean soil for playing series in respective every format of this sport but looking forward to the situation of Hardik ‘s injury he was given a much-needed break.
KL Rahul’s hilarious reply to the post of Hardik Pandya
25-year-old cricketer after taking the rest of one month returned back to the team for the T20I series against South Africa but it was found that his injury much serious, so he went to the UK for the treatment. On Saturday the Baroda cricketer posted a picture of him with a message for his fans that he had a successful surgery of his lower back.
After his post caught the eyeballs of cricketers and his fans, everyone wished him a with of messages of a speedy recovery, but a message that tops the list was from his beloved friend and fellow Team India mate KL Rahul who gave a hilarious angle and wishes to see him back on the field soon. Karnataka batsman wrote, “Speedy recovery bro, Hope they fixed your brain too, see you soon.
Here Rahul’s reply:
Both the players were the part of World Cup squad although KL Rahul has faced criticism from the critics for performing poor in Tests but he was in his prime when he was promoted to open for India during the 50 over mega event as he replaced the injured Shikhar Dhawan who was ruled out of the tournament due a thumb fracture.