Shreyas Iyer predicts the winner of arm-wrestling within Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya

Indian right-handed batsman Shreyas Iyer in a recent interview predicted the winner between Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya if both involved in arm-wresting.

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The cricketing world is gearing up for this year’s edition of the Indian Premier League. The tournament faced a mandatory postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic situation across the globe. After all the struggles, the league is all set to kickstart in the United Arab Emirates.

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Ahead of the league, all the franchises have arrived in UAE and started their training sessions. Day by day, updates are coming to fans from franchises, regarding the practice sessions. Indian right-handed batsman Shreyas Iyer is also gearing up to lead Delhi Capitals once again, after a good season last year.

The young batsman recently had a talk with ESPNCricinfo. There the Delhi Capitals’ skipper opened up about the physical fitness levels of his teammates and his bonding with the national skipper.

“It’s really a phenomenal feeling when he talks or compliments his teammates. He’s a role model for all the youngsters out there. Whenever he goes out on the field it feels as if he’s playing his first game. He’s never tired, always energetic like a lion. You see a different body language when he enters the ground, something great to learn from him.” Shreyas Iyer told about Virat Kohli.

At the same time, Shreyas Iyer was asked to predict the winner of an arm-wresting game between Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya. The right-handed batsman took very little time and said the Indian captain will win the battle. Simultaneously, he pointed out that Hardik Pandya is the one with the best physique among the two.

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