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India ‘A’ call-up step closer to dream: Krunal

DNMUM414027 | 5/13/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :131



Mumbai: Mumbai Indians all-rounder Krunal Pandya said his selection in the India A squad for the tour of England was a step closer to living his dream of playing for Team India.
“It feels really good. Last year after the IPL, I got picked for the India ‘A’s tour of South Africa. It was a good tour for me. The ultimate dream is to represent India and that is still there,” Pandya said here on Saturday.
“And it is just one step closer to the senior team. I will try to give my best when I go there (to England) but right now this is an important stage of the tournament (in IPL). I want to do well for MI first and then I will see how it goes,” he added.


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