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‘Tere Se Lena Padega Bat’, Suryakumar Yadav Trolls Yuzvendra Chahal After He Sees His Batting Practice

Suryakumar Yadav took a playful dig at Yuzvendra Chahal after the spinner shared his batting session ahead of the series against Australia. Chahal in the video was seen playing solid drives and defensive stroke which amused everyone. Usually, Chahal is the one that entertains everyone by writing hilarious remarks on other cricketer’s post.

However this time it was Chahal who had to face comical jokes of other cricketers. The likes of Suryakumar Yadav, Rashid Khan and Dale Steyn posted witty comments which left everyone in splits. The entertaining Chahal too found the funny side to it and didn’t shy away from laughing at all the puns cracked for his batting.

Suryakumar Yadav Trolls Yuzvendra Chahal For His Batting 

The one comment that caught everyone’s attention was of Suryakumar Yadav. The Mumbai Indians batsman had an interesting duel with Chahal in the IPL. In a tense clash between Mumbai Indians and RCB in the league stage, Suryakumar batted beautifully and neutralised the threat of Chahal.

Well, it’s all business on the field but the two cricketers are great friends off it. This reflected when the two were involved in friendly teasing with each other on Instagram.

Chahal shared his batting net session and wrote, “Adding up scores this time”.

Suryakumar commented Tere Se Lena Padega Bat’ to which Chahal replied, ‘haan lele 10000 runs pending’ which had everyone laughing out loud.

(Credits: Yuzvendra Chahal Instagram)

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Meanwhile, Suryakumar played a pivotal role for MI in IPL 2020 as they lifted their 5th IPL title. After his sensational innings against RCB , many wanted him to be included in India’s T20 squad. A maiden India call is certainly not far away from Suryakumar and he might soon share the dressing room with Chahal.

On the other hand, Chahal is part of India’s T20 and ODI squad that will take on Australia from next week. Chahal has been an elemental part of the men in blue in white-ball cricket for his expertise to pick wickets regularly. Team India will kick off their Australian tour on 27th November with the first ODI at Sydney.

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