‘Lagta hai maidan pe wapas aana padega’

Star spinner Yuzvendra Chahal remained stunning yet again as he conceded just 12 runs in a span of four overs against KKR

Yuvraj Singh and Yuzvendra Chahal
Yuvraj Singh and Yuzvendra Chahal. (Photo Source: IPL/BCCI)

The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) are having some great time in IPL 2020 as they registered their fifth victory of the season on Monday. They crushed KKR by 82 runs to jump on the third position in the points table, and this is the first time in IPL history that they have won five out of first seven matches. Their star spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was stunning yet again as he conceded just 12 runs in a span of four overs.

In the same light, a funny banter began between Yuvraj Singh and Chahal. It’s a clearly known fact that the latter is funniest when it comes to posting comments or taking a dig on social media. However, Yuvraj is equally lively and hilarious, and when both started in their tones, the ultimate fun began.

After RCB’s great team effort in the match against KKR, Chahal posted- “No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it. Great team effort tonight.”

Seeing his post, Yuvraj Singh couldn’t keep calm and pulled his leg by writing- “Tu kisi ko nahi marne de raha ! Lagta hai maidan par vapas aana padega ! Great spell Yuzi top class.” It translates to – “You are not letting anyone hit. Looks like, I need to return to the field.”

Here is funny conversation between Chahal and Yuvraj

Chahal concluded the banter in the utmost respectful, yet funny way, and let Yuvraj had the upper hand. He recalled the incident when the latter hit him for three straight sixes while he was plying his trade for Mumbai Indians.

Chahal had best economy against KKR

Talking about RCB’s erstwhile encounter, the entire team effort became the point of appreciation. Batting first, RCB were not in a great position after 12 over until AB de Villiers started causing all the damage. Mr 360 smashed bowlers in all the directions and also out of the stadium to get 73* runs in 33 balls. It was due to him that the team almost touched the 200-run mark.

Chahal was the best with the ball conceding only 12 runs in his four-over spell and also picked up a wicket. Washington Sundar also did well going for only 20 runs while also scalped two wickets during his four overs.

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