How Jasprit Bumrah Describes Hardik Pandya In One-Word. Watch


Jasprit Bumrahs One-Word Description Of Hardik Pandya. Watch

Hardik Pandya was shown dressed up in fancy clothes, with a guitar backing Jasprit Bumrah’s statement.© Twitter




Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya has been described by fans using several interesting adjectives which either correspond to his personality or his playing-style. However, rarely has the all-rounder been described as “glamorous”, which was the case when his Mumbai Indians teammate Jasprit Bumrah was asked to provide a one-word description for Hardik. “Glamorous. You tell him that I said glamorous,” said Bumrah with a laugh, in a video posted by the Mumbai Indians (MI) Twitter handle.

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Hardik was then shown all dressed up in fancy clothes, with a guitar in his hand further backing up the fast-bowler’s assessment. The all-rounder drew a lot of compliments earlier in the video from head coach Mahela Jayawardene, Director of Cricket Operations Zaheer Khan and bowling coach Shane Bond.

While Jayawardene described him as a “Character”, Zaheer followed it up by using the term “Energy”. Bond was next in line, hailing the all-rounder as a “Legend”, before Bumrah’s remark. The video ends with batsman Aditya Tare calling Hardik a “Rockstar”, with the cricketer even shown playing the guitar while singing along.

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Bumrah and Hardik will be next seen in action, during the upcoming away tour of Australia. The two players will be high on energy and positivity, having been a part of the MI side which emerged victorious in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020.

The tour of Australia will start with a three-match ODI series. The ODI matches will be followed up the same number of T20I clashes. The tour will conclude with a four-match Test series.

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