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Team India All Rounder Krunal Pandya Twitter Account Hacked

Team India all-rounder Krunal Pandya’s Twitter account will hacked. The hacker has made many awkward tweets. He wrote that he was selling the account for bitcoin. However, there has been no response from the cricketer regarding this yet. The hacker has made several tweets in a row. Please tell that Krunal is currently running out of Team India. He played for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL) till last season. He not retained by the franchise before the mega auction this year. His brother Hardik Pandya also used to play for this franchise. They were also not retained. But he has joined the new franchise Ahmedabad and made him the captain.

Krunal Pandya’s account hacked

The first tweet since Krunal Pandya’s account was hacked was around 7:31 am (IST) today. During this, a post retweeted from an account. In this, an account thanked Krunal for following him. Since then many tweets have made. His account is believed to have been hacked by a bitcoin scammer. Such scammers are constantly hacking the Twitter accounts of famous people.

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Krunal will hope that he gets a good bid in the mega auction

Krunal Pandya has so far played five ODIs and 19 T20Is for the Indian cricket team and was last seen playing for his home team Baroda in the Vijay Hazare Trophy 2022. Krunal will hope that he gets a good bid in the mega auction. The two-day auction is to be held in Bengaluru on February 12 and 13. In view of the current situation of the Corona epidemic in the country, IPL 2022 can be taken out of India again. However, BCCI wants it to done in India itself.

BCCI is considering various options including holding the entire session in Mumbai. In which IPL teams are giving priority to events within India. Last year, the first part of IPL 2021 held in India while the rest of the season took place in the United Arab Emirates.

Kunal is looking forward to a new deal

Kunal, who had a fruitful association with five-time IPL winners Mumbai Indians. was not retained by the franchise and was released last year alongside his younger brother Hardik Pandya. While Hardik has signed by the new franchise Ahmedabad and their captain has also named, Kunal would be hoping for a fresh deal.

The two-day auction will take place on February 12 and 13 in Bengaluru. In view of the current coronavirus situation in the country. There is a real possibility of IPL 2022 being shifted out of India again.

IPL teams are prioritizing events within India

According to several media reports, the BCCI is considering various options including organizing the entire season in Mumbai. In which IPL teams are giving priority to events within India.

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