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Yuzvendra Chahal trolls Ben Stokes, Quinton de Kock and Ellyse Perry with a hilarious post

Chahal feels that none of the three could match his 'swag' of striking a pose.

Yuzvendra Chahal and Ellyse Perry
Yuzvendra Chahal and Ellyse Perry. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Yuzvendra Chahal’s talent to wield magic with his leg-spin bowling is an open secret. He has bamboozled world class batsmen over the years, a reason why he is one of India’s key bowlers in the ODI and T20I format. The Haryana tweaker recently played in New Zealand and is next set to ply his trade in the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL), representing Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

Apart from his prowess on the cricket pitch, Chahal is a popular figure even on the social media platforms. He keeps posting on them from time to time. He has had some hilarious interactions with cricketers on Instagram and recently featured in a video on Tik-Tok where he was seen dancing with a couple of girls. He has also posted videos where he danced with his Indian teammates.

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Yuzvendra Chahal’s funny post

Recently, Chahal took to Instagram to take a hilarious jibe at Ben Stokes, and Ellyse Perry, two of the greatest all-rounders doing the rounds in world cricket. He also took a rib-tickling dig at Quinton de Kock, the recently appointed ODI and T20I skipper of the South Africa national team.

Chahal uploaded a photo where Perry, Stokes and De Kock can be seen lying on the field in a ‘relaxing’ pose. But Chahal felt that none of the three could match his swag of striking the same pose. The leggie captioned the picture and wrote, “No Kiddos No! You Can’t Match His Swag,”

Here is the screenshot of Chahal’s Instagram story

Yuzvendra Chahal
Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Stokes and De Kock had their respective cricketing assignments. However, they got cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Even as Stokes was a part of England’s squad for the Test series in Sri Lanka, De Kock was set to lead the Proteas in their away ODI series against India. Both the series had to be called off after the COVID-19 outbreak got the world into a lockdown.

Perry, on the other hand, was recently a part of the Australia Women’s team in the T20 World Cup. To her dismay, a hamstring injury ruled her out of the series. Despite the mishap, she was there with her teammates when the hosts beat India in the Final at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

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