‘Keep it up youngsters’ – Yuzvendra Chahal trolls Rahul and Kohli for copying his upper-cut
Chahal continues to entertain fans on social media.
Updated - Jan 29, 2020 10:35 am
The mood in the Indian camp is upbeat at the moment and Yuzvendra Chahal’s latest tweet in which he trolled Virat Kohli and KL Rahul pretty much proves that. India are on a roll in 2020. They started the year with a 2-0 T20I series win over Sri Lanka before seeing off Australia in the ODI series. The Men in Blue lost the first match of the ODI series but won the next two to register a thumping series win.
And the Virat Kohli-led side has maintained the same form in the ongoing tour of New Zealand too. The visitors have won the first two T20Is of the five-match series in style. In the series-opener, India chased down a mammoth total of 204 with utmost ease as KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer starred with the bat.
In the second match, India’s bowlers finally joined the party to restrict the Black Caps to a modest total of 132 for 5. In reply, India were off to a shaky start but in-form KL Rahul continued his red-hot form and scored an unbeaten fifty to take the team home inside 18 overs. India had won the game by seven wickets. The visitors will have a chance to wrap up the series on Wednesday when they take on the beleaguered hosts in the third match of the series.
Chahal’s hilarious troll
As the mood in the camp is upbeat, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal decided to have some fun at the expense of his teammates. The India ace took to Twitter to post a collage of Kohli and Rahul’s shots from a match and hilariously called them youngsters while stating that they are copying his shots. “When they are trying to copy my shot. Not bad keep it up youngsters (sic.)” said Chahal in his tweet as he left the fans in splits.
Known for his sense of humour, Yuzvendra Chahal was recently all over the news after being called Gan*u by New Zealand opener Martin Guptill following the second T20I. On Tuesday, he posted another video on his Instagram story where he was seen asking Guptill to repeat that word.
Here’s his tweet:
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) January 28, 2020