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‘One Yuzi, many moods’ – Yuzvendra Chahal gets hilariously trolled after RCB posts his version of the meme challenge

The meme is ruling the roost on social media currently with celebrities from all walks of life posting their own version of the collage.

Yuzvendra Chahal
Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Memes are in a way the heartbeat of social media. Every now and then, someone comes up hilarious memes that tend to take social media by storm. Currently, the meme that is going viral on the internet is the collage of how our profile pictures vary across different social platforms like Linkedin, Facebook, Instagram or Tinder.

The meme is ruling the roost on social media currently with celebrities from all walks of life posting their own version of the collage. Speaking of social media, if there is one cricketer who is pretty active and popular courtesy of his wit and cheeky banters across all platforms like Twitter and Instagram, it has got to be leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

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And, so how was it possible that the vile leg-spinner and someone wh0 has championed the art of providing meme materials on a constant basis, be untouched by it? The Indian leg-spinner became a butt of jokes when his Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore posted his version of the viral meme. 

The Bangalore-based franchise posted the collage with a caption, “One Yuzi, many moods. Drop a comment if you want us to show the Twitter version of Yuzi too”

And, so the fans started to post their own version of Chahal’s collage. This is not the first time that Chahal has become a butt of jokes on social media. His pictures- none better than the one during the World Cup where he was pictured resting by the boundary line with sunglasses on- have proceeded to achieve cult status on social media, leading to a generation of hilarious memes.

Chahal too has been a total sport when it comes to reacting on his memes. During the recent South African tour of India when Quinton de Kock did the same pose in a Test match, Chahal trolled the South African keeper that his version was better than De Kock’s.

Coming back to his on-field shenanigans, the vile leg-spinner played a key role in restricting New Zealand to 203 in the first T20I. The leggie claimed the all-important wicket of Kane Williamson when he deceived the Kiwi captain with a leg-break.

Here’s how fans reacted

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