Yuzvendra Chahal with the bat vs Virat Kohli with the ball: Indian leg-spinner picks the winner

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Yuzvendra Chahal with the bat vs Virat Kohli with the ball: Indian leg-spinner picks the winner
Yuzvendra Chahal and Virat Kohli | Twitter

Indian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on Saturday tried to get the better of his national and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper Virat Kohli on micro-blogging site – Twitter.

For the unversed, sports broadcaster Star Sports asked a question to their fans and followers regarding who would win the battle if Kohli was bowling to Chahal.

“Yuzi Chahal with the bat vs Virat Kohli with the ball — who would you think would win this battle?” Star Sports tweeted.

Responding to the tweet, Chahal wrote, “No doubt Yuzi only @StarSportsIndia”. He attached emoji of flexing biceps as well showing it would be an easy win for him against Kohli, the bowler.

Before taking a dig at Kohli, Chahal had also tried to poke fun at Team India opener Rohit Sharma on Twitter. He had shared a morphed image of the Mumbaikar that made him look like a woman.

His tweet read: “So cute you are looking Rohitaaaaaaa Sharammaaaaa bhaiya @ImRo45.”

Off the field, Yuzi has made a name for himself on social media with his antics and not just Indian cricketers but players around the world have taken note of it.

Rohit, in the past, has made fun of Chahal for making his family dance on TikTok. Captain Kohli referred to him as a clown during an Instagram session with former South Africa international AB de Villiers.

As for West Indies star batsman and Chahal’s former RCB teammate Chris Gayle, he went to the extent of saying that he will block the leggie on social media.

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CATEGORY: India, News, Virat Kohli, Yuzvendra Chahal

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