Yuzvendra Chahal and Rohit Sharma have constantly been trolling each other on social media in the last few months. The two Indian teammates are very good friends both on and off the field which shows in their fun rivalry online. Rohit Sharma who’s an enthusiastic football fan was extremely delighted on is favourite club Real Madrid winning the La Liga title.
Rohit is the Indian brand ambassador of La Liga and has often attended matches of the league in Spain. He posted a happy photo of himself in a Real Madrid jersey on social media.
Chahal trolls Rohit Sharma
“Another title in the bag. Real Madrid truly came together as a team during these tough times. Congratulations! Finally, some good news in a year that is severely lacking any. #No34 #HalaMadrid @LaLiga @realmadrid”, Rohit wrote.
Yuzvendra Chahal, who is the most active Indian cricketer on social media came up with a hilarious story on why Rohit was so happy in his photo. The Indian leg-spinner Chahal trolled his Indian team vice-captain Rohit Sharma yet again.
Chahal commented, “True reason behind his smile is aaj ghar ka kaam nhi krna padhega no jhaadu and no pochaa phew, with a laughing emoji.”
With no cricket played by Indian cricketers for the last 4 months, they have made sure that they keep their fans entertained with their cheeky online banter. The Indian team last played a match earlier in February this year in New Zealand.
Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma suffered a calf injury during the New Zealand tour and recently had stated that he was ready to play again before the lockdown started. However, Rohit will have to undergo a fitness test before he makes a return to the side.
“Before the lockdown happened, I was almost ready to play. That whole week was going to be my fitness test but that’s when the lockdown happened and I had to push back everything now”.
“Once everything opens up, I have to first go to the centre (NCA) and give my fitness test and once I pass the fitness test I will be allowed to go and resume my duties with the team,” Rohit had said during an interaction on La Liga’s Facebook page