The vice-captain of the Indian Cricket Team and the skipper of Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), Rohit Sharma has hilariously trolled David Warner, the SunRisers Hyderabad skipper in an Instagram post. Notably, the two skippers of their side have joined their respective franchises. While Rohit Sharma will not be serving quarantine because of a bubble-to-bubble transfer, David Warner has to serve a mandatory quarantine period.
IPL 2021 is all set to kick off from April 9 this year. Mumbai Indians will be in action in the first game of the tournament itself against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. SunRisers Hyderabad will be playing their maiden IPL 2021 game on April 11 against Punjab Kings (PBKS).
Rohit Sharma Hilariously Trolls David Warner In An Instagram Post
David Warner joined the SRH camp on Friday and will now serve a mandatory 6-day quarantine period. On Saturday, Warner took to Instagram as he asked fans to help him sort his quarantine. In an Instagram post, David Warner wrote, “I’ve arrived and ready to go but one problem I need some ideas to get through the next few days of quarantine!! Please give me some ideas please comment below.”
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However, Mumbai Indians’ skipper, Rohit Sharma, was quick to see the funny side as he commented. “Must be missing Tiktok”. It is notable that Warner is highly active on the social media platform, Tiktok. He has also face swapped a lot of Indian movie characters and thus, his popularity in India is extremely high.
IPL Franchises Gear Up For IPL 2021
All the IPL franchises are now gearing up for the 14th edition of the Indian Premier League, IPL 2021. The tournament is slated to start from April 9 this year and all the big names have landed in India to join their squads. A total of 6 venues have been finalized to conduct the IPL this year as there will be no home and away venues for any team.
The 6 venues that have been finalized are Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Kolkata, and Delhi. The initial games of the tournament will take place behind closed doors as COVID-19 cases in India keep taking a toll.