The Indian team is in Sri Lanka gearing up for a white-ball series. Both the teams were set to lock horns from July 13 but due to the COVID-19 burst in the Sri Lankan camp, the series has been pushed further. As per the revised schedule, the series will start on July 18 and will end on July 29. Team India had already landed on the Island Nation and has also played two intrasquad games. In their spare time, Indian cricketers are engaging themselves in interesting activities. India's all-rounder cricketers - the Pandya brothers were recently seen facing off against each other in a gym challenge.
The best of three challenges ended in a draw
BCCI uploaded a three minutes video to show how both the players took part in the challenge. They had to go through best of three challenges which included the wall squat hold challenge, split squat hold challenge, and the glute bridge challenge. Krunal Pandya took a lead in the wall squat hold challenge while Hardik came back stronger in the glute bridge challenge. The challenge ended in a draw as both of the players decided to shake hands as they enjoyed this face-off.
Watch the video here:
India is well prepared ahead of the clash against Sri Lanka having played two intra-squad games. On the other hand, Sri Lanka is going through a lean patch in the limited-overs format. They lost the T20I series 3-0 and the ODI series 2-0 on their tour of England.