Krunal Pandya, who was in England for the T20I series, is leaving England as he is not a part of the 5-over set-up.

But, before he left UK, he made sure he carried a souvenier back to India. Krunal got his national jersey autographed by his younger brother Hardik Pandya. Krunal also took to his Twitter handle to post the moment. His post read, “Up on the wall in my drawing room will this go next. Privileged to be the senior Pandya!”

Hardik Pandya and Krunal Pandya share a great bonding on and off-the-field. The Pandya brothers are always up there when it comes to giving brother goals. The two not only spend a lot of time together but also are seen at shows together like ‘Breakfast with Champions’.

The two also represent Mumbai Indian in the Indian Premier League. They have grown together and known each other’s game in and out.

Hardik has cemented his place in the blues, Krunal still has to do it. Krunal is yet to do that.

Earlier, Pandya picked up a career-best 37/4 in the Bristol T20I, apart from clearing the ground on a number of occasions.

Meanwhile, riding on Rohit Sharma’s 3rd T20I ton, visitor’s India beat England 2-1 in the T20I series.

India will play England in a five-match ODI series starting July 12 at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.