‘Tere se lena padega bat’ – Dale Steyn, Rashid Khan, Suryakumar Yadav troll Yuzvendra Chahal on Instagram
It looks like Yuzvendra Chahal is looking to make a mark in Australia with the bat too.
Updated - Nov 19, 2020 2:51 pm
South Africa star Dale Steyn has hilariously trolled his Royal Challengers Bangalore teammate Yuzvendra Chahal after the latter’s latest post on Instagram. Chahal is currently in Australia with Team India, preparing for the upcoming limited-overs series against the hosts. The team is currently based in Sydney and has started preparing for the series.
Chahal is a part of the ODI and the T20I teams. India and Australia are scheduled to play three ODIs and as many T20Is before locking horns in the four-match Border-Gavaskar Test series. The tour will start on November 27 with the first ODI. The leg-spinner will be looking to carry his IPL 2020 form in the upcoming series.
Chahal had a fine outing in the tournament which concluded last week. The RCB star led his team’s attack once again with aplomb and finished IPL 2020 with an impressive 21 wickets. His consistent performance with the ball was one of the reasons behind RCB qualifying for the playoffs for the first time since 2016.
Dale Steyn trolls Yuzvendra Chahal:
It looks like Yuzvendra Chahal is looking to make a mark in Australia with the bat too. On Thursday, the spinner to Instagram to post a clip of his batting practice in the nets. Chahal has been trolled by his fellow cricketers on social media several times for his batting and suffered the same fate once again. Dale Steyn could not help but pull his IPL teammate’s legs over his latest Instagram post.
Here is the post from Yuzvendra Chahal:
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As usual, the fans saw the funny side of the post from the India ace spinner and came up with funny comments. But it was Steyn’s comment that stood out from the rest. Taking a funny dig at the spinner, the South African great hilariously wrote, “Facing Fast off spin?”
Chahal joined the fun soon and asked Steyn not to reveal the secret, replying, “@dalesteyn secret sir.”
Later, Suryakumar Yadav and Rashid Khan also trolled the wrist-spinner.