Left-handed all-rounder Krunal Pandya made his IPL debut in 2016 and since then has been a regular part of the Mumbai Indians Franchise because of his performance with both bat and ball. Also Read - Pravin Tambe to Play For Trinbago Knight Riders in Caribbean Premier League
Krunal was an integral part of the India ‘A’ side that won the limited overs leg in England and earned a call-up to the senior side for the T20I series against England as a replacement for an injured Washington Sundar. Also Read - After UAE And Sri Lanka, Now New Zealand Offers to Host IPL 2020
“It has been a great journey for me and from where I started three years back with the Mumbai Indians to where I am right now. I am happy with the way I have evolved in the last three years,” Krunal said. Also Read - MS Dhoni's Wife Sakshi Pens Heartfelt Message For Fans as Power Couple Complete a Decade of Togetherness | SEE POST
The left-handed all-rounder further said, “It is just the beginning but the feeling was really good because from childhood you tend to dream to play for the country and suddenly when you get a call, it feels great.”
“I was with the India ‘A’ squad when I suddenly got a call from the T20I side,” the all-rounder revealed.
Krunal, like every other budding cricketer, has only one dream—to represent India in the World Cup. “My ultimate goal is to play for the country. To play for India in the World Cup and that is the next goal to be very honest.”
The 27-year-old is confident of his progress and does reckon himself in the mix for next year’s World Cup slated to be held in England and Wales.
“I am going tournament by tournament or you can say match by match and if I do well consistently, I’ll get what I want. So obviously at the end, the ultimate aim is to play the 2019 World Cup for India. I hope the way I am going, I will achieve that as well,” Krunal concluded.