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From Nayudus To Pandyas: Lis ...

Genre: Cricket | 02:33

Age Description: U/A 13+  PG - Language, Violence

Author: Team Latestly

CONTENT LANGUAGE
English

Krunal Pandya made his ODI debut against England on Tuesday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association. His brother Hardik has been a part of the 50 - over format for quite a long time. Check out the list of brothers who have played international cricket for India.

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