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West Indies Cricketer Chris Gayle Hilariously Trolls Yuzvendra Chahal

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Chris Gayle and Yuzvendra Chahal Credit: BCCI)

Team India cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal has earned him the tag of the prankster among the cricketers. He has been the most active players on social media engaging with fans and pulling each other’s leg. However, this time he was on the receiving end as star West Indies batsman Chris Gayle hilariously trolled him.

The star leg-spinner has been quite a hit on Tik Tok making funny videos amid the lockdown. He has been posting many videos and has been an instant hit. While fans appreciate Yuzvendra Chahal’s posts, recently his teammate and India skipper Virat Kohli trolled him while having a chat with AB de Villiers.

Yuzvendra Chahal (Credit: AFP)

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After Kohli, Chris Gayle was also criticised Chahal asked him to get off from social media platforms. In a recent chat with the former Royal Challengers Bangalore teammate, the swashbuckling batsman expressed that Yuzvendra Chahal is very irritating on social media.

“I am going to tell Tik Tok to block you as well, seriously. You are very annoying on social media man. You need to get off social media right now. We are tired of Chahal. I don’t wanna see you in my life again. I am gonna block you,” the former RCB opener said.

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Chris Gayle (Credit: CPL)

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Meanwhile, Chris Gayle and Yuzvendra Chahal were teammates in the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. They shared the dressing room for four years and share a great bond as both of them are seen having a go at each other whenever they meet.

Currently, both Chahal and Gayle are awaiting for cricket to resume. BCCI had to postpone IPL for an indefinite period which was slated to commence from March 29 due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. While many events have been called-off, BCCI is still hopeful to host the tournament at some later this year.

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