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Watch: KL Rahul getting pampered by his adorable Teddy Bear Dog will melt your heart

Quarantine has changed everyone which includes the cricketers as well. The daily routine for everyone has changed and people are inventing various new techniques to kill boredom.

One act of cuteness was seen last night when KL Rahul was seen getting pampered by his adorable dog. India’s newest no 5 in ODI cricket posted a video of the same to let his fans know what he is up to in lockdown.

Here is the video;

Keeping a count on his fitness too

Lockdown hasn’t kept KL Rahul away from his daily fitness regime. 5 days back he posted a video on his official twitter handle where he was seen working out on his terrace and indoors.

Here’s the video;

The COVID-19 pandemic has put the World on an indefinite pause. The governmental bodies of different countries are taking various measures to keep their people safe in these desperate times.

PM Modi has already announced a 21 days lockdown which is supposed to end on April 15th. However, there are rumors surfacing that this lockdown might be prolonged till 30th April.

These desperate measures have been taken to keep people safe and restrict the spreading of this havoc COVID-19. The act is somehow working as the percentage of positive cases in a day has decreased to a great extent. Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and other former and present cricketers have appealed everyone to stay safe and stay indoors as this is the best way to stop the spreading.

What’s next for KL Rahul

Earlier this year, KL Rahul was named as the skipper of Kings XI Punjab for this season of the IPL. However, the fate of IPL looks in deep waters and there are news that this season might get canceled.

If there’s no IPL, team India and KL Rahul will then focus on the next marquee event i.e. the ICC T20 World Cup which is slated to get underway from October 18th.

Akshay Singh

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.