Mayank Agarwal's 3-Step Guide On "How To Travel During Lockdown"

Heading out starting with one spot then onto the next to confront various restrictions is the manner by which universal cricketers spend an extensive piece of the year yet it has all gone to a total end due to the coronavirus lockdown. With games across the globe delayed or dropped, players are stuck inside their homes and have no place to go. With voyaging impractical while the lockdown is basically, Indian Test opener Mayank Agarwal on 13th May amazed his fans as he shared a three-advance guide on Twitter, letting them know "how to go during the lockdown" without venturing out of their home. Agarwal likewise shared two or three pictures, with them two including nearly the indistinguishable garments and posture. The first picture gives him sitting in quite a while home nursery and the other one gives him sitting in a seashore. Aside from the indistinguishable represent, another regular thing in both the photos was him taking a gander at the skyline, much the same as he referenced in his three-advance guide.
"Step by step instructions to go during the lockdown. Stage 1: Get an easy chair; Step 2: Look into the skyline; Step 3: Let your creative mind go out of control," Agarwal tweeted.
A month ago, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had posted a video on Twitter where Agarwal was displaying is "amazing" culinary abilities.
"Meet Chef Mayank Agarwal. What's initial batsman @mayankcricket up to at home? Culinary aptitudes put to test, Mayank sets one up a marvelous dish," BCCI had tweeted, sharing the video interface.
Agarwal made his Test debut at the notable Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in the Boxing Day Test in December 2018 and had a prompt effect, scoring 76 and 42 in his initial two innings. From that point forward, he has never thought back and from that point forward has proceeded to get one of the key individuals from the Test group.
He followed up his great beginning into his first full season as a global cricketer with reliable huge scores. When set, Agarwal is popular for scoring huge hundreds and it was apparent a year ago when he wound up scoring two twofold hundreds of years - one each against South Africa and Bangladesh.

By: Suvarna Gupta

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