Yuzvendra Chahal took to Twitter to answer Yuvraj Singh’s “chuhey” comment on Thursday. Yuzvendra Chahal had posted a 39-second video, doing varied workout routines utilizing dumbbells. Yuvraj Singh, who retired from worldwide cricket final 12 months, pulled Yuzvendra Chahal’s leg by calling him “chuhey”. “Oh bale oh tere chuhey,” Yuvraj commented on the leg-spinner’s exercise video. The 29-year-old leg-spinner took it sportingly and got here up with an amusing reply that left followers in splits. “Strong me bhaiya,” Chahal replied.
Strong me bhaiya
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) May 6, 2020
Chahal, very like different cricketers, is spending time at dwelling amid the nationwide lockdown which is in place to curb the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic within the nation.
Chahal has been lively on social media throughout the lockdown and has stored his followers entertained with humorous movies and reversion pictures.
Recently, Chahal posted a throwback image with former India captain MS Dhoni on Instagram and referred to as the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman a legend.
“Miss being called tilli from behind the stumps by the legend,” Chahal captioned the picture.
Chahal’s humorous TikTook movies have additionally been a success amongst his followers on social media.
The leg-spinner additionally participated in an internet chess charity occasion final month which raised Rs 8.Eight lakh for the waste pickers’ group preventing the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chahal would have been busy main the spin assault for Royal Challenges Bangalore within the 13th version of the Indian Premier League however as a result of coronavirus pandemic, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) determined to postpone the event indefinitely on April 16.