Yuzvendra Chahal dances hilariously with two girls for TikTok video
While both the girls did their steps to perfection, it was Chahal who messed things up.
Published - Feb 21, 2020 8:39 pm | Updated - Mar 2, 2020 5:34 pm
Yuzvendra Chahal just loves to have fun no matter where he is or what he is doing. Time and again, one has seen the India spinner having fun on the field as well as off it. His Chahal TV is hugely popular among the fans and so are his Instagram posts where he loves to make his followers smile at his own expense.
The India star recently returned to India after almost a month-long tour of New Zealand. He was a part of both the T20I and ODI teams. Chahal helped India whitewash the Black Caps in the T20Is but could not stop the hosts from whitewashing the Men in Blue in the three-match ODI series. Both teams are currently involved in a two-match Test series.
Now coming to the latest antic off the field, the leg-spinner was back to his old tricks again albeit not on Instagram as he gave his fans another reason to smile. In a recent video that is going viral on the internet, Yuzvendra Chahal could be seen dancing with two girls in a hilarious manner.
The video was posted on Tik Tok. While both the girls did their steps to perfection, it was Chahal who messed things up. But then again the result was really hilarious.
Here is that clip:
Poor T20I series
While India won the T20I series against New Zealand, Yuzvendra Chahal did not have the best of the series as far as his performance was concerned. He played in all the five games ahead of Kuldeep Yadav but failed to make a big mark. In five T20Is, he managed to pick up only three wickets. He also failed to maintain a good economy-rate and conceded more than 32 runs in four of the five games.
He, however, had a decent ODI series. After failing to pick any wicket in the series-opener, he picked six wickets in the next two games although New Zealand won all the three games. Chahal is expected to be seen in action again next month when India host South Africa for a three-match ODI series.