'Time to break my record of 100 in the kitchen' - Yuvraj Singh throws down a new challenge for Sachin Tendulkar

‘Time to break my record of 100 in the kitchen’ – Yuvraj Singh throws down a new challenge for Sachin Tendulkar

Yuvraj, on Sunday, raised the bar of 'keep it up' challenge. He took to his official Twitter handle and shared a clip in which he tapped the ball with a kitchen utensil for hundred times.

Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Cricketing tournaments and series have been postponed or cancelled amid COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, India is under lockdown for more than two months now. At this moment, avid cricket fans are finding it quite difficult to keep themselves entertained without any sporting action. But, players’ social media interactions and activities are working as a medicine for ardent followers of the sport.

Meanwhile, Yuvraj Singh and Sachin Tendulkar are busy challenging each other since lockdown came into the picture. Moreover, the fans have begun liking the healthy battle between the ‘God’ and his former teammate.

Yuvraj has now come out with some improvisation in his ‘keep it up’ challenge. He also nominated the ‘Master Blaster’ once again and advised him to be safe while doing it.

Yuvraj Singh improvises the ‘keep it up’ challenge

Yuvraj, who used to entertain his fans on the field with his brilliant batting, had recently introduced ‘keep it up’ on the social media. He had even nominated Sachin Tendulkar, Rohit Sharma and his best friend Harbhajan Singh. In response to Yuvraj’s challenge, Tendulkar had done the challenge with a blindfold, asking Punjab-born all-rounder to try and do it in his way.

Yuvraj, on Sunday, raised the bar of ‘keep it up’ challenge. He took to his official Twitter handle and shared a clip in which he tapped the ball with a kitchen utensil for hundred times and he was also blindfolded while doing so. He further nominated Sachin and said that ‘God of Cricket’ might have broken several records but it will be difficult for him to do this.

Yuvraj also advised him not to break other things in the kitchen. Yuvraj’s tweet read, “Master you have broken so many records on the field time to break my record of 100 in the kitchen! Sorry couldn’t post full video cause it will be too long to count 100 paji back to you hope you don’t break other things in the kitchen @sachin_rt.”

Here is the clip:

Coming onto cricket, the fans can expect international cricket to be back soon. Recently, Cricket Australia announced their schedule for the year 2020-21. Moreover, Sri Lanka Cricket Board has also stated that 13 cricketers will resume training from April 1.