Yuvraj Singh Sarcastically Trolled Sourav Ganguly

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Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian all-rounder gave a hilarious reply on Sourav Ganguly on the social media platform. Sourav Ganguly is Yuvraj’s former captain and now he is the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

Usually, Yuvraj Singh has a jovial mentality. A photo was posted on Instagram by Ganguly, which was taken in 1996, from his Introductory Test against England held at Lord’s. Yuvraj successfully tried to troll on that photo.

As of now, Ganguly has not replied to Yuvraj’s comment. But it is interesting to know how Ganguly will react to the comment.

Yuvraj Singh trolled a photo that was posted by Ganguly. On that photo, there is a logo of Getty images, which is a supplier of stock images all over the world.

Pointing out the logo, Yuvraj asked Ganguly to be “professional” because now Ganguly is the president of the richest cricket board in the universe.

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“Dada photo to hata lo! [Dada, remove the logo] Your BCCI president now please be professional,” wrote Yuvraj on Ganguly’s post.

Even Sachin Tendulkar also reacted to the same photo. The photo has invited comments from Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, the legendary batsman of team India. “This reminds us of his great knock. Is there any other instance of Dada at Lords that one can think of ?” Tendulkar’s comment.

Sachin Tendulkar appreciated Sourav Ganguly’s first century. And he recollected the memories of participating Ganguly at Lord’s. Sachin also reminded another iconic moment. He did not mention it, but one can assume that he was referring to the final match of the Natwest Series in 2002. 

After a long time, both Yuvraj and Sachin played in the match held in Melbourne Junction Oval, one off the Bushfire Relief Match. Despite, Sachin is the coach of Ponting XI, he faced an over in the innings break from Ellyse Perry, the Australian all-rounder, and Bowler Annabel Sutherland.

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