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Video: In fun, Chahal crossed all limits of shamelessness, hit the private part of fellow player

Yuzvendra Chahal


Yuzvendra Chahal

Team India’s spin bowler Yuzvendra Chahal whether he plays the match or not, but he always comes in the headlines. Something similar happened during the second ODI against New Zealand. He did such an obscene act with Shahbaz, which got captured on camera. Whose video is becoming quite viral on social media. Let’s know what is the whole matter…

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Actually, opener batsman Shubman Gill gave Team India a resounding victory by hitting a four in the second ODI. After the victory, all the players were congratulating each other for the victory. During this, Chahal was shaking hands with fellow players and congratulating them for winning the series. During this, Chahal did such an act. Seeing which all the players could not stop laughing and started laughing in the middle of the ground.

A video of this is becoming increasingly viral on social media. In the viral video, Chahal touches the private part of Shahbaz Ahmed, only then Shahbaz becomes uncomfortable. But, when Chahal was doing this act, only then this incident gets captured in the camera. Please tell that after watching this video, some fans are also a little angry with Chahal.

Chahal hasn’t lived up to his name

Let us tell you that Chahal often does something similar on the field. Due to which they become the subject of discussion. Apart from his powerful spin, Chahal is sometimes seen having fun with the umpire in the middle of the ground. Even before this, he has made similar jokes with the players many times, which have also become quite viral. Apart from this, talking about Chahal’s performance, Chahal is not able to perform according to his name, after which he is no longer getting a chance in the playing XI and in his place Kuldeep Yadav remains a part of every ODI. .


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