IPL 2020: Mumbai Indians shared a beautiful picture of Hardik Pandya’s son

Last year’s champions Mumbai Indians lost to Chennai Super Kings in the first match of the IPL, but lost to Kolkata Knight Riders in their next match. In this match Rohit Sharma scored 80 runs from 54 balls. The team’s score reached 195. Rohit hit six sixes in his innings. He is second in the history of the tournament after Dhoni (200) sixes. In reply, Dinesh Karthik’s team remained under regular pressure and lost the match by 49 runs with 14 runs scored.

Millions of fans watch Mumbai Indians batting on television. One of them is Agastya, the son of Hardik Pandya. He was supporting Mumbai with his mother Natasha Stankovic. The Mumbai Indians captain Augusta, wearing a blue and gold T-shirt, is the youngest member of our family with his family. Please say that Hardik and Natasha had a son in July and they received good wishes from all over the world.

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Apart from this, Mumbai Indians have shared another video. In this video, Mumbai Indians show how the families of the players are watching the matches in the UAE team room.

Let us know that Hardik Pandya’s wicket fell against Kolkata. He made 13 runs from 13 balls. Fans were hoping that Hardik Pandya would also contribute something to the ball, but head coach Mahela Jayawardene has revealed that the team is not going to bowl to him as he has recently recovered from an injury.

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