Krunal Pandya is teared by an ODI debutant after smashes the fastest 50

Indian Cricketing Officer Krunal Pandya recorded on Tuesday by knocking down the fastest 50 of the first one-day international game against England by an ODI debutant on Tuesday. But, above all, his achievement was devoted to his father, who passed away.

Pandya looked up to the sky to celebrate the time his side posted 317/5 in its 50 upper part, according to a piece by The Indian Express. After reaching the half-century. Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune, India, is currently in the game.

But when Hardik Pandya's brother Krunal walked up to him to hug him, Pandya couldn't control his tears, because the 29-year-old remembered their dad.

"It is indeed my dad's this one. It was very emotional," Krunal Pandya said in an interview after the inaugural. These were the only words he could speak before he tears up again.

58 of the 31 balls were smashed by Pandya. His innings were the fastest in the history of ODI cricket, coming from his debut, by one of his works.

Krunal, who led the team at the Syed Mushtaq Trophy at the Baroda, was left to return home at the time of the tournament.

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