Virat Kohli Trolled Hardik Pandya ‘Like A Boss’ On Instagram

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The Indian skipper Virat Kohli and all-rounder Hardik Pandya are two of the most talented cricketers around the world. The duo shares a great bond of friendship with each other, which is often highlighted in their on-field and off-field interactions.

Lately, an old post of Hardik Pandya has been going viral on social media, where the Indian skipper took a dig at Hardik Pandya. The post was shared by Hardik Pandya during the lockdown last year, where he can be seen playing a match of carrom alongwith , Krunal Pandya, Parth Dave and Shubham Agarwal. Sharing the post, Hardik wrote:

“Nothing like a great game of carrom with my brothers. Brings back a lot of memories #PandyaBrothers”

Here, check out the picture:

The post soon caught the attention of the Indian skipper, who came up with a hilarious reply and stole the show with his comment. In his reply, Virat Kohli trolled Hardik Pandya and indicated that Hardik’s hand might be on the carrom board but he has his focus set on Krunal. He wrote::

Waiting for your turn or trying to intimidate Krunal first? Haath board par aur aankh Krunal par.”

Hardik was quick to notice the comment made by Kohli and come up with a reply to it. Responding to Kohli’s comment, Pandya wrote that he is keeping an eye on everyone so that no one cheats. He wrote:

hahaha bruh have to see no one cheats so keeping an eye.”

Here, check out the conversation:

Virat Kohli Trolled Hardik Pandya ‘Like A Boss’ On Instagram

Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya and Virat Kohli, both the cricketers were seen playing for their respective teams in the now-suspended IPL 2021. The 2021 edition of the Indian Premier League was suspended mid-way after several cases of Coronavirus were reported within the bio-bubble.

Virat Kohli will be seen leading the Indian cricket team in the much-awaited World Test Championship’s final next month. However, Hardik Pandya has not made it to India’s Test squad for the England tour however is expected to be back in the side when the Indian team will tour Sri Lanka for a limited-overs series in July.