yuzvendra chahal followed the path of Ambati Rayudu

the upcoming t20 world cup 15 players of the Indian team have been selected to show Jauhar in. T20 specialist Kulcha (Kuldeep and Chahal) has not been selected in this team. However, two other experienced and talented Ravichandran Ashwin and Rahul Chahar have definitely been given a chance.

By the way, let us tell you that there is also a rage of not being selected for some players. Yuzvendra Chahal’s name has also been added to this list, who, like Ambati Rayudu, said something that seems like he is taking a jibe at the chief selector of the team.

yuzvendra chahal took a jibe at the fast spinner

There is talk of Twitter where the Indian spinner made a tweet to join his IPL team.. He has given email information to join RCB. On this tweet, former Indian cricketer and commentator Aakash Chopra commented that following are some of the trends in team selection in view of IPL 2020. The last of his suggestions was to pick a fast spinner in the team.

After which Yuzvendra Chahal commented “Fast Spinner Bhaiya” Then after that, along with the thinking and laughing emoji, also used the hashtag of Just Kidding. Actually both of them were pointing towards Rahul Chahar. Who used to bowl fast and then with time started bowling spin. That’s why his balls are a bit faster too.

Chahal followed the path of Ambati Rayudu

chahal rayudu

First Akash Chopra and then spin bowler Yuzvendra Chahal have taken a jibe at Rahul Chahar’s selection in the T20 World Cup by the team management.. Although he did not say anything directly, but after reading his comment, it becomes clear to everyone that after all he is taking a jibe at the team selector.

In this sequence, he has also joined the list of Ambati Rayudu.. Ambati also took a jibe at the selectors some time back. Actually, some time ago, Vijay Shankar was selected in place of Rayudu in the 2019 Cricket World Cup. After this Rayudu tweeted that, “Have ordered a new set of 3D glasses to watch the World Cup.” Which was definitely the focus of the selection committee.


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