Indian Premiere League (IPL) is the biggest cricket league in the world and every cricket player from all over the world wants to play in this tournament once in his life. This year IPL Mega Auction gave plenty of twists to the fans and players. There were some spat between Jos Buttler and Ravi Ashwin and now they are playing from the same franchise. Another interesting development that took place was Krunal Pandya and Deepak Hooda being roped in by Lucknow Super Giants.
Deepak Hooda and Krunal Pandya don’t share a good relationship as Hooda had moved out of the Baroda’s bio-bubble due to some verbal spat with Krunal Pandya. Hooda had accused Krunal Pandya, captain of Baroda, of bullying and misbehaviour during the camp of Syed Mushtaq Ali trophy. After this, Deepak Hooda left the Baroda and joined the hands with Rajasthan to play domestic cricket.
Now, Both the players are playing for the Lucknow Super Giants in the ongoing Indian Premiere league (IPL) and sharing good relations as they were seen hugging each other during the opener against Gujarat Titans.
In the recent interview with Dainik Jagran, Deepak Hooda opened up about his relations with Krunal Pandya.
“Krunal Pandya is like my brother, and brothers do fight. We are playing with one aim, which is to win games for LSG,” said Hooda.
“Just like everyone even my dream is to represent India at World Cup, however, my job is deliver good performances and leave the rest for the selectors to decide, “ He added.
“I’m an all-rounder and along with the bat, my target is to perform well with the ball too and I don’t think anything else apart from this,” Hooda further added.