Kul-Cha is one of the most lovable dishes in the north of India. It can be paired with any gravy and you know the result is as amazing. Today, with all due credits to Rajasthan Royal’s very creative social media team, we learned about another Kul-Cha, the delectable duo from the north, India’s favorite wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvinder Chahal (aka Kul-Cha!) who showed that together they were unconquerable. In this article, Let us Know-how Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal are Considered Kul-Cha.
India has been the land of spinners until recent times when we saw the ignition of Bumrah, Shami, and Yadav our dominance was in the spin attack. And not long ago, considered the bandhus (inseparable) Kuldeep Yadav and Chahal were the duos that made wins happen for India. Coming from the north, Kuldeep hails from Uttar Pradesh while Chahal comes from Haryana. The duo found a partnership in each other while playing for India. They won matches, they celebrated together and it gave us many Kul-Cha moments that fans died for!
Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal are Considered Kul-Cha.
Australia, South Africa, and Srilanka were the countries that India swept in the limited format of the game in season 2017-18, the same year Kuldeep had made his ODI debut. From then to 2020, the duo took a record 189 wickets. They took 35 wickets together in 5 match series which is the most by any duo in a bilateral series against South Africa in South Africa. Together they created several records and it has been noted that their performance only is enhanced by playing side than separately. All good things must come to an end, and the wrist spinners were about to embark on a difficult part of their journey. Kuldeep suffered back-to-back failed performances and a knee injury that resulted in their separation which did not go well with Chahal too.
In IPL, both the cricketers have always played as rivals and it is a treat to watch as viewers the respect they have for each other on the field and love off it. In IPL 2022, Kuldeep is playing for Delhi Capitals while Chahal is an important part of Rajasthan Royal’s side…They started making headlines again as soon as Kuldeep followed Chahal in the Purple Cap race. Yuzi has taken 17 wickets and is holding Purple Cap tightly. Following him is Kuldeep Yadav who is 4 wickets short of his brother, taking 13 that he scalped in 6 matches.
Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals will meet again on Friday evening giving a much-needed kickstart to our weekend. Both the teams would want their top performers with the ball to bring their A-game on and win it for their teams. It will be interesting to see who among the Kul-Cha will be the one with better stats tonight!