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| On Updated : Mar 24, 2020 11:50 AM IST

Krunal Pandya receives a ‘calorie-free cake’ on his birthday from brother Hardik

COVID-19 pandemic has forced all the cricketing bodies all around the globe to cancel or reschedule matches. Home isolation is the best measure taken to fight this.

Amidst all this, the cricketers are still finding a way to enjoy with their family and loved ones. One instance of family love was witnessed on Tuesday when Krunal Pandya celebrated his 29th birthday along with his younger brother Hardik Pandya.

Krunal Pandya celebrated his 29th birthday in isolation

The COVID-19 has made everyone sit back home which is the only way to defeat this scare. He along with his wife, brother Hardik Pandya and his fiancee Natasha Stankovic.

In a post shared by Hardik Pandya on his official twitter handle, the two can be seen together where Hardik is offering an imaginary cake to his brother with a caption stating;

“Happy birthday bhai. We’re looking after each other in isolation so here’s my zero calorie cake gift for you. Love you loads”

Here’s the post;

A calorie-free cake

This imaginary cake that Hardik offered to Krunal was captioned as calorie-free. This was because of the COVID-19 scare and this offering from Krunal was filled with love.

Hardik further shared one more post on his official Instagram and Twitter handle where he acknowledged the medical staff all around the country who is working for selflessly in this hard time.

He captioned: Salute to all the medical staff and other emergency personnel who are fighting the virus selflessly. We are forever indebted to you. You are the real Heroes.

Here is the post;

What’s next for the Pandya brothers?

The coronavirus scare has led to the abandonment of cricket all around the globe which has also put IPL’s fate for this year on hold. However, if IPL is played later this year, the Pandya duo will be seen donning Mumbai Indians jersey.

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.