Yuzvendra Chahal hilariously trolls Rohit Sharma over his ‘Real Madrid’ tweet
Both the cricketers don't leave a chance to troll each other on social media.
Updated - Jul 17, 2020 4:54 pm
India cricketers Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal are very good friends of each other. Both don’t leave even a chance to troll each other on social media with the latter even taking a hilarious dig at Rohit’s wife Ritika Sajdeh. This time around again, the leg-spinner has trolled his India teammate and the reason is his tweet over Real Madrid winning La Liga on Thursday.
The famous Football club with some legendary players in it defeated Villarreal club by 2-1 in the final game of the league and won the tournament after three years. Rather Real Madrid is one of the most successful teams in the La Liga and won their 34th title the other day.
Rohit Sharma who is also a Real Madrid fan was delighted and extremely happy after his favourite team won the title and took to Instagram to express his happiness. He lauded the way the team played well together amid the Coronavirus pandemic. “Another title in the bag. Real Madrid truly came together as a team during these tough times. Congratulations! Finally some good news in a year that is severely lacking any,” his tweet read.
Here’s his tweet:
Aaj ghar ka kaam nahi karna padega, says Yuzvendra Chahal
When Rohit Sharma or Ritika tweets or posts a picture, it seldom happens that Yuzvendra Chahal doesn’t comment on it wittily. This time also, the Haryana cricketer took the opportunity to troll India‘s limited-overs vice-captain. He commented on his happy-looking picture saying that the happiness is for the freedom he has got from the household chores and nothing else.
“True Reason behind this smile is aaj ghar ka kaam nahi karna padhega no jhaadu no phocha,” Chahal’s comment read. The fans also loved this dig at Rohit and they drooled it too.
Here’s his comment:
As far as the return of the two cricketers on the field is concerned, it looks distant with the condition worsening in India due to COVID-19 pandemic. The team is scheduled to tour Australia in December and it is likely that the Indian Premier League (IPL) will also take place prior to that. However, until then, the fans will have to wait for their favourite cricketers to resume playing.