Rajasthan Royals batsman Dhruv Jurel has created a stir with his explosive batting in this season of IPL. In the match played against Lucknow Super Giants, Jurel led his team to victory by scoring unbeaten 52 runs in 34 balls with 5 fours and 2 sixes at a strike rate of 152.94. After this brilliant victory, he saluted this victory and dedicated it to his father. Now Rajasthan Royals cricket director and coach Kumar Sangakkara has also done a heart-winning job.

Cap removed in honor of Dhruv Jurel’s father

Kumar Sangakkara paid special respect to Dhruv Jurel’s father. He took off his hat in honor of Jurrell’s father. Actually, the Royals have shared a video, in which it can be seen that Dhruv is standing with his team members, meanwhile his family members arrive. Seeing his father arriving, Jurrell goes to get him.

Then his father sees Kumar Sangakkara and salutes him, but at the same time Kumar Sangakkara takes off his cap before meeting him. Seeing this heart-winning act of Kumar Sangakkara, the eyes of every cricket lover were filled with tears. Many beautiful moments with Jurel’s family can be seen in this video.

Why is the cap removed?

Most cricketers take off their caps as a mark of respect to their seniors before meeting them. Recently, KL Rahul took off his cap before meeting MS Dhoni. Young batsman Sameer Rizvi, who came to meet Virat Kohli, also did the same.

Who is Dhruv Jurel’s father?

Dhruv Jurel’s father’s name is Nem Singh. He has retired from the army. Nem Singh has been the hero of Kargil war. Nam wanted Dhruv to join the army and serve the country, but his son had other dreams. Dhruv started swimming while studying in Army School, but he was more fond of cricket. Jurel considers Dhoni as his idol. Jurel made his debut against England in February this year.