Chahal hilariously trolls Tim Southee and calls him "Rabbit" on Instagram


Virat-led Royal Challengers Bangalore has shown some top-class performance in the ongoing edition of the IPL. They kicked off their campaign by defeating the five-time champions Mumbai Indians in the season opener game.

After that, they continued their winning momentum and won the next three games against Kolkata Knight Riders, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings.

However, they failed to do the same against Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings and lost their first game in the season.

Coming to the point, the lead spinner of the Bangalore based franchise, Yuzvendra Chahal has once again hit the headlines after having a hilarious conversation with the New Zealand pacer Tim Southee.

The story as it happened:

Yuzvendra Chahal posted a picture on Instagram with Kyle Jamieson standing with him. The picture has captioned "After @martyguptill31, now @kylejamieson_ wants to learn Hindi from me 🤪🤣."

The right-hand pacer came up with a funny reply and wrote "@kylejamieson_ not a good idea to learn from @yuzi_chahal23."

Yuzi Chahal hilariously trolled the Kiwi player and replied "@tim_southee rabbit." 

Here is the post of Yuzvendra Chahal:

Here is the picture of the conversation:

RCB's next game against Punjab Kings:

Royal Challengers Bangalore are going to face Punjab Kings in their next game. Currently, they are placed at the second position on the points table as they won 5 out of six games they played so far in the league.

Speaking about their last game against Delhi Capitals, it was a close encounter as they won the game by just one run. Chahal didn't live up to the expectations of the fans as he struggling to give the breakthrough for his team.

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Moreover, RCB has only one leggie in their squad as the Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa pulled out his name from the IPL due to some personal reasons. Let's see how they are going to perform against Punjab Kings on Friday.