Yuzvendra Chahal hilariously trolls current IPL champions Mumbai Indians on Twitter

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Yuzvendra Chahal hilariously trolls current IPL champions Mumbai Indians on Twitter

The cricketers from around the world are spending time on social media these days as every country is facing lockdown due to Coronavirus pandemic. Indian cricketers are no different, either.

Recently, Indian opener Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli were invited to an Instagram live session by former England player Kevin Pietersen, where the duo discussed lots of things related to their personal as well as professional life.

Apart from Rohit and Virat, Yuzvendra Chahal is one such cricketer who has been active in quite a few chat sessions on Instagram and on Twitter too. The leg-spinner often shares his TikTok videos and entertains his fans and followers.

Chahal is known for his hilarious responses, and he gave one such example when he took Mumbai Indians Twitter handle to the cleaners.

The current IPL champions took to Twitter and shared an opinion post asking the fans how the over will look like when Chahal will bat against Jasprit Bumrah.

“Are you pumped-up to see Bumrah bowl to Chahal?. Predict what the over will be like #OneFamily #CricketMeriJaan @yuzi_chahal @Jaspritbumrah93,” The MI post read.

Several fans responded to the tweet and gave their opinions; however, Chahal’s witty reply earned all the limelight. He came out with a humorous comment on MI’s post saying that the Mumbai-based franchise needs to dismiss Aaron Finch, AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli before they take on him.

“Keep dreaming I am batting no.10 or 11 before me finch ABD sir and king Kohli is there first get them out then we will talk about my batting #staysafe,” the leg-spinner wrote.

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