Yuvraj Singh hilariously trolls Yuzvendra Chahal over the latter’s workout video

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Former India cricketer and arguably one of the most exceptional timers of the ball, Yuvraj Singh, has been quite active on social media platforms amid lockdown in the country. The veteran player is often seen sharing his views regarding the latest happenings.


Recently, Yuvraj participated in an Instagram session with his former Mumbai Indians (MI) teammate Rohit Sharma and surfaced his opinions on various topics by using his unique sense of humour. Now, yet again Yuvi has given a glimpse of his humorous attitude while responding to a tweet of leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

The ‘Player of the Tournament’ in 2011 WC, hilariously trolled Chahal for his workout drill, which the leggie posted on micro-blogging site Twitter on Wednesday. The 29-year-old spinner shared a 39-second video, in which he was spotted doing various exercises using dumbles.


“The pain you feel today is the strength you’ll feel tomorrow..!!,” tweeted Chahal.

Many fans responded to Chahal’s post and expressed their feelings. However, Yuvraj’s reply captured all the attention as he literally termed the Jind-born as a ‘Mouse’ and pulled his leg

“Oh bale oh tere chuhey,” Yuvraj commented on the video posted by Chahal.



Soon after, Chahal too responded to Yuvraj’s funny take and addressed himself as a strong man.

“Strong me bhaiya,” wrote Yuzi while replying to Yuvraj.

The talented leg-break bowler was supposed to join his Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for the 13th edition of the cash-rich league, but due to Coronavirus outbreak followed by countrywide lockdown, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) was forced to suspend the 2020 season for an indefinite time.

Chahal has so far played 84 games in the lucrative league and has taken 100 wickets – eleventh Indian bowler and seventh spinner to take that many wickets in IPL history.

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