Yuzvendra Chahal, the member of Team India’s bowling attack, turned 31 on Friday. Greetings for the spin bowler, who competes for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the IPL, who came from all over the nation on his auspicious day on social networks. Chahal Turned 31.
On his Instagram Page, Dhawan shared an image with Chahal, “Hope this year brings you more twists and turns, happy birthday bro.” Shikhar Dhawan, Chahal’s India teammate, was first to wish him well. Even though it was Chahal’s wife, Dhanashree Verma, who made the one request that stuck out the most among the wide range of many other messages.
I’m always extremely proud of you @yuzi: Chahal’s wife Dhanashree Verma
Chahal Turned 31. Posting a couple of pictures with Chahal, Dhanashree wrote, “When you talk about being humble, being kind, helpful, being polite, selfless and to carry those qualities along with some serious skills then that’s Mr. Yuzvendra Chahal.”
She also added further, “You have no airs about your status and that’s not easy to achieve at this level. What you do for the people and for the country is unbeatable. You have a big heart. I have grown and learnt a lot from you… I’m always extremely proud of you @yuzi_chahal23. Happy birthday.”
BCCI wrote, “104 international games & 159 wickets, fastest Indian bowler to scalp 50 T20I wickets, 1st Indian bowler (Men’s) to take a 5-wicket haul in T20Is. Here’s wishing #TeamIndia leg-spinner Yuzi Chahal a very happy birthday.”
Chahal’s IPL team, RCB, too, posted “spin wizard” and “Chief Entertainment Officer” as he celebrated his 31st birthday.
“Here’s wishing our very own spin wizard and Chief Entertainment Officer, Yuzvendra Chahal, a very Happy Birthday. Have a great day, Yuzi! We love you,” the Bangalore wrote on Twitter including a picture of Chahal in RCB’s kit.
Chahal has 159 international wickets for India and has been a consistent member of the country’s limited-overs team in recent years. He was also a member of India’s World Cup side in 2019 and took 12 wickets in the sporting event tournament. Chahal has also competed in the World Youth Championship for India (Under-16).
Chahal is presently on a white-ball tour of Sri Lanka with India’s limited-overs team.
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