Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh
Virat Kohli with Yuvraj Singh. (Credits - AFP)

While Virat Kohli is the most popular cricketer on social media, he is rarely seen trolling or pulling the legs of his teammates on Twitter or Instagram. However, the India skipper, on Saturday, did not shy away from pulling the legs of his ex-India teammate Harbhajan Singh. It all started when Harbhajan took to Instagram to post photos after a game of gold.

Harbhajan posted a couple of pictures on Instagram and surprised everyone with a golf stick in his hand. In one of the pictures, Harbhajan was  seen posing with former India captain Kapil Dev, who had represented India in the the 2018 Asia Pacific Seniors in golf.

“Thanks Kapil Paji couldn’t play cricket with you but glad I played golf with you today..Enjoyed myself #pajithegreat #kapildev #83worldcupchampioncaptain #greatman #ourhero ????????,” wrote Harbhajan.

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This is when Virat Kohli as well his former teammate Yuvraj Singh decided to tease Harbhajan. Kohli posted a hilarious comment in Punjabi on the off-spinner’s post.

“In the last picture, you must have swung the golf stick blindly,” Kohli said. Yuvraj Singh, who retired from international cricket earlier this year, also chipped-in and left a funny comment on Harbhajan’s post.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh’s post and the comments from Virat Kohli and Yuvraj (Credits: Instagram)

Virat Kohli, meanwhile, recently led India to a historic 3-0 whitewash over South Africa in Tests. In the process, he became the first Indian captain to lead the country to a whitewash over the Proteas in a Test series. He will be next seen in action when India take on Bangladesh in the two-Test series.

On the other hand, Harbhajan and Yuvraj were recently in news for questioning the rules after Punjab was eliminated from the recently-concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy due to rain. Punjab were knocked out of the tournament after their match against Tamil Nadu ended in a no result due to rain in Bengaluru.

“Again an unfortunate result for Punjab against TN in the Vijay Hazare tournament, again Punjab cruising and game abandoned due to bad weather, and on points we don’t go to semis ! Why don’t we have a reserve day ? Or is it domestic tournament it doesn’t really matter ? @BCCI,” Yuvraj had tweeted earlier this year.

“Sick rule why not reserve day for these tournaments @BCCI must look into this and change it,” Harbhajan also questioned the Indian cricket board on Twitter.