Yuzvendra Chahal is known as one of the most entertaining and fun-loving guys on and off the field. The leg-spinner is also very active on social media sites keeping the fans and colleagues entertained. The 30-year-old again made his followers laugh with a humorous post on his Instagram handle.
Yuzvendra Chahal is currently with Royal Challengers Bangalore. Chahal shared a satirical picture that included him having a conversation with New Zealand’s seamer Kyle Jamieson, who is a part of RCB as well. He captioned the posts as, “After @martyguptill31, now @kylejamieson_ wants to learn Hindi from me.”
As he mentioned another Kiwi Martin Guptill in his post, it took the fans back to the India tour of New Zealand in early 2020. He posted a video where Rohit Sharma and Chahal were conversating with Guptill after the second match of the five-match T20I series.
Here is Yuzvendra Chahal’s post
The New Zealand cricketer mistakenly uttered an abusive word in Hindi as the video went viral and made headlines. The fans recalled the infamous incident, and Chahal’s latest post became viral in no time. Another Kiwi cricketer Tim Southee came with a hilarious reply.
The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 has been a great season for the RCB as the side is registering brilliant victories. In the tournament, Virat Kohli’s men have the upper hand to win their maiden IPL title if they maintain their pace in the league. RCB kick-started their campaign by thrashing Mumbai Indians in their season opener.
The team was victorious in their outings against Kolkata Knight Riders, SunRisers Hyderabad and Rajasthan Royals, and Delhi Capitals. The solitary match, which the loss was against MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings. The side is placed at the second position.
When it comes to Chahal, he is not having his best time on the field. He has just scalped three wickets in six games at an economy rate of 8.21.