Yuvraj Singh trolls Ravichandran Ashwin for photo bombing
by Arya Author
Published - Jan 21, 2017 1:04 pm | Updated - Jan 21, 2017 1:24 pm
After taking an unassailable 2-0 lead in the 3 match series at Cuttack, Team India has reached Kolkata for the 3rd and final One-dayer. Virat Kohli and Co will be looking for a 3-0 whitewash and also provide some of his bench players an opportunity as it will be final ODI before the Champions Trophy in England in July.
While on their way to Kolkata, Yuvraj clicked a selfie with Indian captain Virat Kohli but didn’t expect another member of the team to photo bomb his click. Yuvraj was surprised to see Ravichandran Ashwin’s face in the picture and couldn’t resist trolling him for his photobombing.
While Kohli and Yuvi were posing for the selfie, Ashwin too smiled looking at the camera when the photo was clicked. Maybe Ashwin didn’t expect to get trolled by Yuvi. “Thanks for the photo bomb @rashwin99 of to Kolkatta @virat.Kohli”, Yuvi’s caption of the picture read.
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Yuvraj made one of the most inspirational comebacks in the 2nd ODI against England at Cuttack and went on to achieve his highest ever ODI score. Yuvraj joined Dhoni in the middle with India precariously placed at 25/3. From there on the experienced duo started taking on the English bowlers quite mercilessly and completed sensational centuries.
The way Yuvraj struck most of his shots, it reminded one and all of the old vintage Yuvraj and he was quite the same in Cuttack. The way executed the shots with ease was a sheer joy to the eyes, He eventually went on to make 150 of 127 deliveries, an innings constructed with 20 hits to the fence and 3 hits over the fence. Along with Dhoni, the duo stitched together a historic 256 runs partnership for the 5th wicket to take India to a mammoth score of 381 in their allotted 50 overs.
The Indian bowlers held their nerves and Bhuvneshwar Kumar made a terrific comeback as the Men in Blue eventually defeated the Brits by 15 runs to seal the series with a match still to go.