Rohit Sharma pokes fun at Yuzvendra Chahal on Instagram

Rohit Sharma pokes fun at Yuzvendra Chahal on Instagram

Rohit and Chahal's camaraderie is worth envying.

Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal
Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal have a healthy relationship. The same could be seen on their social media handles. They are currently two of India’s most dependable cricketers and have won their team a number of matches. They also played a few seasons for the Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Rohit is currently the most success captain in the cash-rich IPL.

Chahal, on the other hand, is with the Royal Challengers (RCB). The duo was set to play in the 2020 edition of the IPL. But that won’t be possible for the time being as the tournament has been postponed for an indefinite time period due to the coronavirus outbreak. Hence, in order to pass their time, they have been busy scrolling all day through their social media handles.

In the meantime, Sharma has got a chance to troll his national teammate. On quite a few instances have Rohit poked fun at Chahal. It wasn’t any different even this time around. Rohit posted a video on Instagram where he was seen flexing his muscles. In the lockdown period, players have been trying hard to keep up with the fitness levels, so is the 33-year-old from Nagpur.

In the clip, Rohit trolled Chahal. Captioning the video, the veteran wrote, “That’s my little boy Chahal when he is fielding (jumping all around ) @yuzi_chahal23.”

Here is Rohit Sharma’s post

Previously Rohit and speedster Jasprit Bumrah came live on Instagram. Chahal tried to crash their chat, but the Mumbai Indians pair hit back at the former. In fact, Bumrah said that he would be batting higher in a lineup if Chahal manages to hit a six.

“If we face off against RCB in a match, I want to bowl against Chahal. I’ve told him that I need to bat above him in the batting order. The day he hits a six, I will go below him in the batting order,” Bumrah said.

“Even I feel you should save an over and bowl against him. Ever since he hit a straight drive in England, he’s got a little overconfident. We should tell him that he (Chahal) hasn’t hit a six in international cricket, you have hit a six against the No. 1 bowler in the world (Pat Cummins),” Rohit added.