The Indian batting star Suryakumar Yadav recently took a hilarious jibe on social media at fellow Indian batter, Shreyas Iyer who had previously sustained shoulder injury while playing for India against England on home soil in the month of March.
Suryakumar Yadav mocks Shreyas Iyer; calls him ‘Shahenshah’
The Delhi Capitals’ skipper who was pulled out of currently suspended IPL 2021 is gradually recovering from the injury. He had partially dislocated his shoulder and was ruled out of the subsequent ODI series. Iyer had undergone surgery on April 8 and he is expected to be fully fit within five months.
Iyer is on his way to get back to good shape. He took to his Instagram account and posted a video of his outdoor training in which he can be seen running uphill on a gravel track.
The video clip started circulating on social media and his Mumbai teammate Suryakumar Yadav mocked him by calling his running technique ’Shahenshah’.
Shreyas Iyer could return for India’s tour of Sri Lanka
India are scheduled to go on a tour of Sri Lanka for the limited-overs series but without the regular players who would be on England tour. There is a possibility that he could return to the pitch for the SL series and even be the skipper which has been a topic of discussion.
Iyer has scored 1363 runs in 51 games across both formats. He would play a significant role in the squad for the Sri Lanka series. There is certainly a lack of experience in the batting order except for batting talisman Shikhar Dhawan. His presence will definitely bolster India’s batting order and will be eyeing to make a mark in the series as India will be looking to win the series.
India are set to play its first game against Sri Lanka on 13th July and Iyer would be looking forward to making his awaited comeback.
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