Yuvraj Singh gets trolled after a video filmed by his mother went viral on social media.
In his recent interview, Yuvraj expressed his desire to keep playing franchise level tournaments in UAE and Canada.
Yuvraj Singh is a witty personality who never misses any chance to poke fun at his former colleagues on social media. But, this time, he was on the receiving end as his mother filmed a hilarious video in which the former cricketer can be seen cleaning the utensils at his home.
Yuvraj’s mother clicked the video without her son’s knowledge and claimed that this was something that has never happened before.
The former cricketer shared the video on his Instagram account and captioned it,” Maa ho ya Jagga jasoos? It’s good you didn’t take a video of me doing jhaadu pocha.”
Yuvraj’s spouse Hazel Keech was quick to react and took a sly dig at her husband with a humorous response.
“Hahaha yeah, because you’ve never done it, that’s why there’s no video,” Hazel wrote.
Even Wasim Akram, the legendary cricketer from Pakistan, reacted laughingly and wrote: “now this has made my day yuvi”.
The forced lockdown in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has been a blessing in disguise for cricketers, who are making the best of their time by living with families and closed ones.
Yuvraj bid farewell to international cricket last year in 2019, but he has been actively involved in playing franchise leagues like Global T20 Canada and T10 League in the UAE.
The 39-years-old recently stated that he wants to play international leagues whenever it resumes.
“I want to play in the international leagues; however, I don’t know when these leagues will resume, considering the pandemic,” he said to Hindustan Times.
The former all-rounder also talked about the necessary steps the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) needs to take to win the Ranji Trophy in the next couple of years.
“This overhauling is required. An academy on the lines of the National Cricket Academy can be a great boon. With such a setup, Punjab cricket can improve and aim to win the Ranji Trophy in maybe two or three years,” suggested Yuvraj.