10 Quiz Questions Yuvraj Singh Asked Rohit Sharma On Instagram Live

In a period when all cricketing activities have been shut down, all the cricketers have resorted to various activities at their houses to keep themselves busy. Likewise, Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma hosted a live Instagram session with former Indian cricketer and his close friend Yuvraj Singh. The session was quite insightful as both the cricketers discussed a few aspects of the Indian team.

The two Indian players even cracked jokes and reflected on their days in the Indian team together. However, Rohit Sharma was definitely clean bowled when Yuvraj threw ten questions at him. The all-rounder asked Rohit about stats and records from his career. Surprisingly, Rohit didn’t fare too well as he could answer only five of those ten questions.

Rohit gets clean bowled against Yuvraj’s questions

There’s no hiding the fact that both the players share a mutual bond with each other. Yuvraj, who has been advocating about Rohit’s place in India’s Test squad, began by asking him about the date of his last Test that he played for India. India last featured in the Pink-ball Test match against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens in November. However, Sharma wasn’t able to answer this tricky question.

When asked about his highest First-class score, the Mumbaikar was quick to respond as he remembered his innings of 309 against Gujarat correctly. Rohit, who joined an anti-poaching campaign in Kenya in 2015, could easily recollect the names of the other two Hollywood actors including Salma Hayek and Matt Le Blanc, who joined the campaign with Sharma on that day.

The retired all-rounder tested Rohit’s memory on the number of wickets that he has taken for India in Tests and ODIs. Yuvraj even asked him about the number of IPL runs that he has scored in his career so far. The Mumbai captain was quite close as he answered 4973 while he has actually scored a total of 4898 runs in his entire IPL career.

Here’s the tweet comprising of all the ten questions:

Kartik Bansal

An avid cricket follower

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