Martin Guptill Called Yuzvendra Chahal ‘G@@ndu’ Once Again And This Time On Instagram

Indian sensational spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is now a social media sensation as well. He is a complete entertainer. Over these years he has not just proved his worth as one of the most talented bowlers but has also gained a cult following for his swag, attitude and witty interview skills. His wit and sense of humor is the reason why he is the favorite of many cricketers and cricket fans around the world.

As the whole country is currently under the lockdown to contain the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic. He has been ruling social media with his funny gimmicks and hilarious sense of humor. He is attracting a lot of attention these days by sharing funny videos of himself at regular intervals on video-creating application TikTok and by going live on Instagram.

On Monday, he took to his social media and shared a very interesting and funny screenshot of Martin Guptill’s chat conversation on Instagram. In the screenshot, Martin Guptill can be seen calling Yuzvendra Chahal ‘Ga@ndu” once again. He wrote: “How are you Ga@ndu??!!!”

Well, for the unversed, during India vs New Zealand’s second of five T20is, Yuzvendra Chahal found himself at the receiving end of a Hindi cuss word from Martin Guptil and that too on air.

Well, the hilarious incident happened after the match when the former Mumbai Indians teammates Martin Guptill and Rohit Sharma were talking to each other and Yuzvendra Chahal was back at his anchoring duties. Holding microphone in his hand, Chahal approached Martin Guptil and greeted him to which Guptill responded with “Kya hai G***u?”.

And now after all these months, Martin Guptill is still at it as he texted Yuzvendra Chahal calling him a ‘G@@ndu”. Sharing the screenshot on his Instagram story, Yuzvendra Chahal wrote:

“@martyguptill31 Come again bro” 

Here, check out the screenshot shared by Yuzvendra Chahal:

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