Yuzvendra Chahal Trolls Rohit Sharma With A Hillarious Post On Twitter

Yuzvendra Chahal Trolls Rohit Sharma With A Hillarious Post On Twitter

Rohit Sharma, Yuzvendra Chahal
Rohit Sharma, Yuzvendra Chahal (Credits: Twitter)

Yuzvendra Chahal, Indian leg-spinner, is easily one of the most entertaining cricketers on social media. Whether it is his Tik-Tok videos or witty posts or hilarious banters with fellow cricketers or Instagram live sessions, the leg-spinner is a laugh riot on social media.

Chahal has a great camaraderie with Rohit Sharma and the duo has often engaged in hilarious banters on social media, especially during this lockdown period.

On Thursday, Chahal once took to social media to post a hilarious post on Rohit Sharma which he captioned as-
“So cute u looking Rohitaaaaaa Sharammaaaaa bhaiya @ImRo45,”

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Yuzvendra Chahal and Rohit Sharma regularly engage in hilarious banters

The banter between Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal continues as the former himself never leaves a chance to take a dig at the leg-spinner.

Recently, Yuzvendra Chahal has posted his photo on Instagram, on which Rohit proceeded to comment- “Kapde ke andar tu hai ya kapda tere andar hai.”

Yuzvendra Chahal Trolls Rohit Sharma With A Hillarious Post On Twitter

Yuvendra Chahal makes it a point to gatecrash almost every live session that involves his teammates. Recently, he did the same when Virat Kohli and Sunil Chettri were chatting on Instagram.

“Yeh Nahi Maanega. Abbe bhai maan ja bhai, tujhe har jagah ghusna hai. Koi baat kar raha hai aur beech me iska comment milta hai.” Kohli has pleaded to Yuzvendra Chahal.

Meanwhile, cricket is set to resume next month with West Indies locking horns with hosts England at bio-secure environments in Manchester and Southampton.

As far as Indian cricket is concerned, their white-ball tours to Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe have already been canceled. The BCCI is currently pushing for the 13th edition of the IPL to take place between September 26- November 08. That, however, depends on ICC’s decision regarding the T20 World Cup next month.

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Yash Mittal

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