In a reside Instagram chat with fellow India cricketer Dinesh Karthik, Hardik, who was accompanied by his elder brother Krunal, additionally talked about their days at dwelling throughout the lockdown because of the novel coronavirus.
During their dialog, a whole lot of followers requested the Baroda cricketer about that episode which occurred in early 2019. Karthik urged the followers to not ask any controversial questions. Pandya, nevertheless, responded by saying that one espresso proved to be too pricey for him.
When the dialogue turned to his controversial comment, Hardik stated, “I don’t drink coffee, I drink green tea instead. I drank coffee only once and proved to be too expensive for me. “I can guess that Starbucks wouldn’t have such an costly espresso. Since then I keep away from espresso,” the 27-year-old added additional.
Speaking about the opportunity of internet hosting the IPL with out spectators, he stated, “It can be totally different. We are used to taking part in with the gang as the texture of competitors comes with the gang.
“I’ve played in the Ranji Trophy without crowds, and it feels different. To be honest, if that (IPL behind closed doors) happens, then it will be a smarter option. At least people will be entertained at home,” Hardik stated. Krunal, who additionally performs for Mumbai Indians franchise like Hardik, additionally agreed along with his youthful brother’s view on the destiny of the match.
Later, Karthik additionally joked that if the IPL 2020 is cancelled then the Pandyas can be those who’ll be essentially the most affected.
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