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Watch: Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul And Others Recreate IPL 2020 Amid Lockdown

As the nation enters into the third face of lockdown, Indian cricketers, KL Rahul, Pandya Brothers, Ishant Sharma, Mayank Agarwal etc have found a new way to play cricket.

Yes, you hear it right. Cricket amidst lockdown is what these cricketers were up to and they were seen donning their respective IPL franchise jerseys to play cricket in the most unfamiliar way.

Famous cricket announcer Jatin Sapru set the stage for an out of the box kind of clash and was the one to draw the battle lines. The Pandya brothers, i.e. Krunal and Hardik were representing Mumbai Indians, Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul the new skipper of Kings XI Punjab were seen donning KXIP's jersey, whereas Ishant Sharma was the only representative from Delhi Capitals.

A cricket match with a lovely message

The motive of playing this match was to encourage people to stay home and stay safe at this crunch situation the country is going through now. The message watch revealed at the end of the video. Have a look;

Hardik Pandya takes guard and Ishant Sharma with the ball in hand

The stage was set, Hardik Pandya took guard, whereas, his brother was at the non-striker's end. With the ball, it was the tall and lanky pacer, Ishant Sharma, from the Delhi Capitals.

Behind the wickets, it was Kings XI Punjab's skipper KL Rahul who was maneuvering the fielder i.e. Mayank Agarwal. It was a video compilation wherein all the players were participating in this unique match from their homes.

Cricket's resumption in India a far sight as of now

With the regular increase in the positive cases of COVID-19, it seems like we will have to wait for a longer period for the resumption of cricket. It is obvious, once cricket resumes it will be played behind closed doors which is the only way out at this period of time.

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Akshay Singh @Akshay_Cric

An ardent sports enthusiast who likes to write in such a manner so that the readers could relate themselves and feel the passion of the game.