‘Love of my life’ – Yuzvendra Chahal’s birthday wishes for Rohit Sharma are hilarious as him
Chahal and Rohit have had some amazing moments on and off the field.
Updated - Apr 30, 2021 2:12 pm
There is no secret to the fact that Yuzvendra Chahal and Rohit Sharma have a very good bond with each other. The two players have shared the dressing room for the past five years, ever since Chahal made an appearance for the Indian team. On the occasion of Rohit’s 34th birthday, Chahal posted a picture of him with the Indian batsman and also called him the love of his life.
The Indian leg-spinner who is currently playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2021 has often been heard calling Rohit Sharma ‘Rohita.’ Chahal and Rohit have also had some hilarious moments on and off the field. Their banter has also been spotted by fans on social media platforms.
Chahal while wishing the Indian batsman on his birthday, once again called him ‘Rohita’ while declaring him as the love of his life. He posted this picture with the caption on Twitter. The caption read, “Love of my life. happy birthday Rohitaaaa Sharaaamaaaa.” The picture which Chahal uploaded seemed to be one taken ahead of the opening match of the IPL 2021 when Mumbai Indians played Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Yuzvendra Chahal’s hilarious post for his teammate Rohit Sharma
Love of my life 🤣 happy birthday Rohitaaaa Sharaaamaaaa 🎂 🤗 pic.twitter.com/xDdY4voVQ9
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) April 30, 2021
Both the players have been involved in the league for the past few weeks. Chahal hasn’t had the ideal season so far, having picked up only three wickets from his six matches. However, he should be quite happy with the way his team has performed in this competition. RCB has won five of their first six matches and can make it to the playoffs quite easily.
Mumbai Indians and Rohit Sharma, on the other hand, have started decently. They have won three and lost three in this tournament so far. In six matches, Sharma has scored 215 runs with a single half-century. As Mumbai moves into the second half of the tournament, the team will hope their captain comes up with some runs. In Chennai, where Mumbai played their first five matches, they lost three. They started their Delhi leg nicely by winning their first match against Rajasthan Royals on Thursday.