IPL 2020
Yuzvendra Chahal Feels Dhawan Is Getting ‘Touchey’ With Rabada
By CricShots - Sep 10, 2020 5:58 pm
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The Indian leg-spinner, Yuzvendra Chahal took a huge dig at the veteran opener, Shikhar Dhawan with a witty remark following a video posted by the southpaw on his official Instagram handle. In the video, Shikhar Can be seen dancing on the MC Hammer song “U Can’t Touch This”, along with Rishabh Pant and Kagiso Rabada.

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Yuzvendra Chahal with Shikhar Dhawan

Commenting on the video, Chahal wrote: “Bade touchey ho rahe ho bhaiya. Good one.” Dhawan, Pant and Rabada seem to be having a lot of fun in the video, as the trio was enjoying the song completely, with the South African fast bowler juggling a cup in his hand during the performance. Here is the video of the same:

 

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Choona mana hai😉😜 @rishabpant @rabada_25

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Here is what Yuzvendra Chahal commented:

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Yuzvendra Chahal’s comment

The four players are currently in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as they are preparing for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Chahal will be playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). On the other hand, Dhawan, Pant, and Rabada will be featuring in the Delhi Capitals (DC) squad.

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Both the franchises are yet to lift the coveted IPL trophy. The 13th edition of the tournament is scheduled to be commencing on September 19, as the defending champions, Mumbai Indians (MI) will be locking horns with the Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the tournament opener. This will mark a repeat of last year’s summit clash.

DC will be commencing their league clashes with a match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) on September 20 in Dubai. RCB will be playing its opening game against SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) on September 21 in the same city.

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Dubai will be hosting 24 matches, while Abu Dhabi and Sharjah are scheduled to host 20 and 12 matches respectively. The tournament was initially supposed to be taking place in India from March but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.