Indian Cricket Team icon Yuzvendra Chahal stays very active on social media, and his latest post to gather the attention of the fans are another of his training drills, which he often shares with the netizens from the gym. However this time, the spin bowler is doing his workout at home, as the COVID-19 crisis has made gyms unavailable. However, the video gets a special attention from a former legendary cricketer- Yuvraj Singh joins in with his usual funny banter!
Yuzvendra Chahal is a known workout freak, and even in the current situation, the international cricketer has a number of dumbbells at his disposal. In a video shared on his official Twitter handle yesterday, Chahal was seen doing squats, rows and shoulder raises with dumbbells.
The clip came with an inspirational caption: “The pain you feel today is the strength you’ll feel tomorrow..!! 🤝💪” Check it out below-
The pain you feel today is the strength you'll feel tomorrow..!! 🤝💪 pic.twitter.com/ymUhaEZID9
— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) May 6, 2020Advertisement
The Men in Blue fan base is pretty familiar with Chahal’s regular uploads of his training drills, and they stormed the comments with appreciation, as the video already gathered over 74k views and 9.7k likes.
However, the twist came with Yuvraj Singh. The retired all rounder is famous for his trolls and leg pulls on his teammates and compatriots, and this time, the 38 year old took a witty dig at Chahal, comparing him to a ‘chuhey’, which translates to ‘mouse’ in Hindi.
“Oh bale oh tere chuhey 🐭 💪🏼” Yuvi commented on the clip.
Oh bale oh tere chuhey 🐭 💪🏼
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) May 6, 2020
In the current lock down, Chahal and Yuvraj’s activities aren’t just limited to workout and banters. Both the stars have done their part in India’s fight against the novel Coronavirus pandemic.
Back in April, Yuvi announced on Twitter that he had contributed Rs 50 lakh to the PM-CARES Fund.
Chahal, a former international youth chess player, took part in an online fundraising chess tournament named “Chess For Charity”, organised by chess.com on 25th April. The tournament, which also featured international icons like Viswanathan Anand, Tania Sachdev and Antonio Radic, had raised n amount of Rs 8.86 lakh.