India and West Indies are set to meet in the series decider at Wankhede, Mumbai. Meanwhile, ahead of the match, Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal joined Rohit Sharma for an interview. Vice-captain asked some rapid-fire questions to the duo. Both the spinners were seen giving some hilarious answers.
Rohit Sharma Interview With Kul-Cha
Both Chahal and Kuldeep named Shivam Dube as the worst dancer in the team. Being asked about the worst hairstyle, Chahal highlighted fast bowler Mohammed Shami. Kuldeep also mimicked Shami when Rohit asked both to imitate someone from the team. Chahal tried to imitate Rohit and asked him to guess.
Rohit Sharma asked them to name a batsman who they don’t want to bowl. Chahal named Rohit saying, “As far as the IPL is concerned, I’ll take your [Rohit Sharma] name. Everyone says that when you are [batting] at 20-25, it becomes very difficult [to stop you]. You hit shots to all parts of the ground,” Impressed by praise from the leg-spinner, Sharma joked about taking him for dinner “I’ve to take him for dinner tonight,” Sharma said jokingly.
Kuldeep Yadav who didn’t have a memorable IPL season in 2019 named Mumbai Indians batsman Suryakumar Yadav. Chinaman bowler said, “Suryakumar Yadav, he’s in great form in domestic cricket. I find it really difficult to bowl to him.”
At the end of the video, Chahal asked about Rohit why he got clean-shaved. Rohit gave an adorable answer, “Clean shaved hai kyun ki meri beti ko pasand nahi hai yaar agar main daathi rakhta hun. Toh woh mere saath khelti nahi hai. (I have gone clean-shaved due to my daughter as she doesn’t like beard. So, she doesn’t play with me).”
Chahal and Kuldeep were out of the Indian T20 team quite a while. Virat had said that they are looking for the best combinations ahead of the T20 World Cup. But now the leg-spinner duo is back in the squad. However, only Yuzvendra Chahal made it to the playing XI in the first two T20 matches. Here below is a video.
MUST WATCH: Rapidfire ft. Kuldeep, Chahal and the HITMAN 😃😎
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