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Irfan trolls Yuvraj on Twitter


Cricketers who are remain busy with tough schedule, practice session, series and tour all the time, they are turning their days and focus towards social media platforms as coronavirus pandemic has engulfed the normal atmosphere of Cricket.

Irfan trolls Yuvraj on Twitter

The players are interacting with their fans and revealing what is exactly going around them.

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Some Cricketers are arranging live chat sessions on Instagram, while at some occasions cricketers converse on Twitter as well reminiscing the memories and ongoing facts. Former all rounder Irfan Pathan and Yuvraj Singh got involved in a Twitter banter on Thursday which turned into a a funny.

Irfan Pathan took a dig at Yuvraj by making fun about his bowling action in his Twitter post. In fact, Irfan shared a picture of a Sifaka in which the animal can be seen with open hands and is looking as if it resembles Pathan’s bowling style. After that Irfan Pathan used a smile emoji and wrote that action was close enough with his bowling action.

Yuvraj was quick to respond after Pathan’s tweet was flooded with reaction by the fans. In the reply Yuvi said he doesn’t know about bowling, but Irfan’s fielding was like the action he shared. Pathan also reacted to Yuvraj’s response and the funny banter went on. Meanwhile, Yuvraj’s former Mumbai Indians’ teammate Suryakumar Yadav also joined the Twitter banter by asking Pathan about where he gets these image.

Consequently, these kinds of posts from the cricketers spreading through the internet has become one of the means of entertainment to the fans without cricket in the field.

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