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Pietersen and Villiers hilariously troll Chahal on social media


'Think before commenting on social media'

India’s leg-spinner, Yuzvendra Chahal, has taken a great lesson about it’s not wise to joke with everyone. Especially if it is with a guy like the former England batsman Kevin Pietersen.

Due to coronavirus, players are now literally spending time unemployed. Some are just spending time with family, some are watching movies, some are passing time at the PlayStation again. Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen was not spending good time at home. He came to live with his friend, India’s devastating opener Rohit Sharma on Instagram on social media. They were discussing various memories and experiences of their careers.

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Suddenly Chahal made a flurry of comment in this live show. The star is also known for humor on social media. He came here too just for fun. He wrote, “KP, you were my first Test wicket!”

Chahal did not play a single Test for India. Naturally, he made the comment with fun.

Pietersen didn’t stop there. In reply to the comment, the former star, who had quietly silenced Chahal, said,

“Brother, I would have batted closing my eyes if I got a chance to play your ball!”

Meanwhile, another legend, AB de Villiers, also enjoyed the entire live session of Rohit-Pietersen. He also commented on the post. Villiers also mocked Chahal alongside Pietersen. First, seeing Pietersen and Rohit live, he commented, “Ah, two legends!”

But after seeing Chahal in the comments section, he quickly changed his mind and wrote, “Nah, three legends. You can see Chahal here too. Miss you so much, Yuji! (Nickname for Chahal).”

From then on, Chahal may think a little before commenting on social media.

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