Krunal Pandya spotted with his doppelgänger in England

Krunal was included in the Indian T20I team as a replacement for Washington Sundar on the tour of England.

Ajay Devgn and Krunal Pandya
Ajay Devgn and Krunal Pandya. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is a platform for the young players to prove their worth and book a place into the national team. Krunal Pandya, who plays for the Mumbai Indians has been a consistent performer for his side for the past few years. The young man has been an impact player for the franchise and has been credited with turning the course of the match on several occasions.

Krunal, the elder of the Pandya brothers is a handy allrounder. He can provide explosive finishes to his side and chip in with a few wickets with his spin bowling. Krunal was finally rewarded for his consistent performances with a place in the India A team for the tour of England. The left-hander did well there and the moment Team India needed a replacement spinner in T20Is for Washington Sundar they called him up in the side for the three-match series in England.


Though he failed to break into the playing XI, getting a national call would boost his confidence and would motivate him to work harder so that he breaks into the XI next time around. Pandya took to Twitter to post a photo with his doppelgänger. This doppelgänger was none other than Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn.

Here’s Krunal’s post with Ajay Devgn

Though Pandya and Ajay Devgn are in no way related to each other, a lot of similarities can be seen in the picture. The Indian team is having a good time in England. They have started the tour on a winning note by bagging the T20I series. The team also won the first ODI quite comfortably and will be looking to seal the series in Lord’s. Kohli and his men are full of confidence and England will need a miracle to stop the Indian team. Kuldeep Yadav has been mighty impressive so far and he will be keen to replicate his performances to cause more troubles to the English team.

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