Chahal and Rashid Khan involve in amusing banter on Instagram
Yuzvendra Chahal had a pretty decent tournament this season while playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore. The wrist-spinner stuck to his line and length and mounted pressure on the opposition. He was the leading wicket-taker for RCB this season with 21 wickets in 15 games.
His team have somehow made it to the top four but they were knocked out by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Eliminator. Case in point, the right-arm leggie is currently serving a mandatory quarantine period in Sydney along with his teammates.
Team India will be involved in a full-fledged tour comprising three-match ODI and T20I series and after which, both teams will play four-match Test series. The tour kicks off with ODI series as the ODI opener will start on November 27, Friday at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Meanwhile, Chahal who is part of the Team India squad for limited-overs series is a busy man on social media as he often posts pictures and videos from the training session. A couple of days ago, the 30-year-old leggie had shared a picture on his official Instagram handle where he can be seen chilling after a hectic training session.
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Meanwhile, the Afghanistan prospect Rashid Khan is also a busy man on social media. He often comes up with funny remarks on other cricketers’ posts. After coming across the picture posted by leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, Rashid raised a question in the comment section.
Rashid Khan commented, “Bhai Kya soch rahe ho (Bro, what are you thinking?)”. To this, Yuzvendra Chahal replied: “Ki kab yeh quarantine khatam hoga (That when will this quarantine end).”
“It was very tough. The best thing was that we were on the winning side. It was a similar feeling to what we had in the game against KXIP which was a small chase as well. But thank god we were on the winning side today. I just kept it very simple, hitting the right areas. I have seen all my past areas and seen where I have been hit, which is a full length.
So I knew if I bowl the right areas, I would be economical and pick wickets as well. On this wicket, you get a skiddy turn, but today it was slower and wasn’t skidding much. In Dubai, I got a good turn and good bounce as well. In Sharjah as well it was slow in the latter half. It is very hard to hit back of the length balls,” Rashid Khan said after SRH beat RCB in Eliminator