India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s union with the Rajasthan Royals (RR) franchise in the Indian Premier League 2022 entertained the fans a lot. Both Chahal and RR kept pulling each other’s legs in a fun banter. The leggie is one of the most active person on social media while one of his jobs is to pull cricketer’s legs, he got the taste of his own medicine from RR admin. The RR environment, it seemed, was a cheerful atmosphere and the Sanju Samson-led team even reached the finals of IPL but lost the match to Gujarat Titans.
During IPL 2022, Chahal even hacked RR’s Twitter account and kept posting hilarious stuffs on the platform. But now, it was RR who hacked Chahal’s Instagram account. The franchise’ Twitter account shared an edited screenshot of Chahal’s chats which was full of funny messages.
There were six different chats- his wife Dhanashree Verma’s was at the top, followed by Samson, MS Dhoni, Jos Buttler, the Indian Cricket Team, and Rohit Sharma. Each chat had funny messages written from the other end.
The funniest among the chats was of England captain Jos Buttler requesting Chahal to give back his Orange Cap. Buttler ended the season with most runs while Chahal was the Purple Cap holder.
“Please send the Orange Cap back,” read Buttler’s message. Apparently, both Chahal and Buttler met each other during India’s tour of England.
While another message of Rohit Sharma requesting Chahal to delete his account also cracked up the fans.
Yuzvendra Chahal’s response to his Instagram account being hacked
Yuzvendra Chahal then came up with an epic response to the RR admin. He said of Twitter, “Kabhi ghee ke chaate khaaye hain admin?” (Has anyone ever slapped you with ghee?). The response from Chahal left fans in splits.
Chahal also finished the West Indies ODI series with seven wickets which is also the joint highest one. The 32-year-old was rested for the T20I series against West Indies and Zimbabwe tour because of a tight Indian schedule.