Yuzvendra Chahal Hails Warner Hilariously For His Patience

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Rohit Sharma And David Warner Also Came Together For Live:

The entire world has stopped due to the outbreak of coronavirus. Most of the countries are currently under lockdown without any playing international cricket. When the normalcy will be restored, there is no confirmation. Cricketers use this valuable period in this situation to keep healthy and spend time with their families.

The famous cricketers are to communicate with other players in live sessions of Instagram. Rohit Sharma had a conversation together on Friday with Australian batsman David Warner. 

The players spoke about cricket and about the world’s current situation. Throughout their conversation, however, the hilarious question to Warner was asked by India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.

The two openers had a conversation about cricket documentaries. Rohit allowed watching the documentary series ‘The Test’ from Amazon Prime. The series focuses on Australian cricket teams undergoing a full revision following a suspension from Warner and Steve Smith. He celebrated the return of Tim Paine from the block.

David Warner also asked the secret Indian counterpart during this discussion to watch a documentary show, “Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians.” The show is based on the franchise history during the IPL behind the scenes. 

Yuzvendra Chahal Dropped A Hilarious Question For Warner:

During the conversation, Chahal left the Australian opener with a funny remark asking if he was really watching the entire series on Mumbai Indians. He also said in that situation  Warner has a great deal of patience.

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“You’ve really watched the whole Mumbai Indians (MI) documentary? You’ve got a lot of patience, sir Warner,” wrote Chahal. As normal, his cheeky appearance again isolated fans from the comment section. 

Sharma and Warner discussed the start of the batting with their ODI partners during their talk. The Indian opener remembered the first time in 2013 that he was promoted to order.

“My second match as a Champions Trophy opener was in 2013. I told Shikhar we’re playing South Africa. I never met the new ball with Morne Morkel or Dale Steyn so you must hit. 

He said no, that’s my first tour here and you can make the protest. You are more experienced. Here’s a striking opener who didn’t want to go. And the first three Morkel balls I couldn’t even see. I didn’t expect a lot of pace or bounce, “said Rohit.

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