Yuvraj Singh shares shirtless photo, gets trolled by Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh
Yuvraj Singh shares shirtless photo, gets trolled by Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh

While several reports suggested that a failed 'Yo-Yo' test led to Yuvraj Singh's absence from Team India's limited overs squad against the ongoing Series in Sri Lanka, but the flamboyant left-hander showed a glimpse of his fitness by posting bare-bodied picture on Instagram.
Yuvraj Singh knows his way around social media networks. Over the years the star left-hander has not just entertained fans on the pitch but also on popular platforms. Unlike most of his peers, Yuvraj indulges in banter and often draws chuckles from not just his fans but also teammates. In a recent Instagram post, Yuvi uploaded a shirtless photo of himself with the caption 'Mood'.
Yuvraj was trolled by none other than his colleague cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Rohit Sharma.

With the picture, Yuvraj wrote ‘mood’ in the caption and Rohit seemed baffled with the word as he asked Yuvi to explain it.
While Harbhajan compared Yuvraj with Bollywood actor Salman Khan, Rohit wanted to know what the left-handed batsman meant with his caption of the image.

Bhajji commented, "Sallu bhai," on the post, while the Hitman wrote: "@yuvisofficial please define what you mean when you say 'Mood' because it's not very clear."

While Rohit is in the Indian side across all formats, Harbhajan Singh is hoping against hope to make a comeback before the 2019 World Cup. Rohit recently scored an half-century in the second ODI against Sri Lanka which turned out to be a roller coaster ride as mystery spinner Akila Dananjaya demolished India’s batting order.
On the other hand, Yuvraj was in India’s ICC Champions Trophy 2017 squad and produced one quick fire innings against Pakistan in the first match. Though he did not do well on the West Indies tour scoring just 57 runs from 3 innings he got a chance to bat in.

Yuvraj will have to work a lot harder to make it back into the side with competition increasing for the race of a berth in India’s middle order.


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