KL Rahul Hilariously Trolled Yuzvendra Chahal For His Tik-Tok Videos

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the whole world to a standstill. The pandemic has forced everyone to stay inside their homes and maintain social distancing. Many leagues and tournaments have either been canceled or suspended, in order to contain the outspread of the disease.
Several cricketers are spending most of their time on social media on social distancing and several cricketers are indulging in various interesting and interactive social media activities with their fans.
Recently, the sensational Indian cricketer KL Rahul, who recently impressed one and all with his brilliant wicket-keeping skills, decided to take some time out and start a question and answer session on his official Twitter handle. Starting the interactive session, he announced:
Hey guys it’s time for a Q&A session
So hit me up with your questions using #askkl
Looking forward to your questions Smiling face with smiling eyes”
Here, check out the tweet:

Yuzvendra Chahal just like other cricketers has been spending his time with his family during the lockdown period. He has been sharing funny Tik-Tok videos on his social media.
Soon, the tweet was flooded with many interesting questions for the cricketer. Amidst many, a twitter user asked KL Rahul about Yuzvendra Chahal’s Tik-Tok videos. The twitter user asked:
Your thoughts on @yuzi_chahal’s Tik-Tok videos? ? #AskKL”
Here, check out the Tweet:

KL Rahul was quick to notice the tweet and come up with a reply to the fan’s tweet. In his reply, KL Rahul trolled Yuzvendra Chahal for his Tik-Tok videos. KL expressed how Chahal should stick to his bowling. He wrote:
“I think he should stick to bowling googlies on the field”
Here, check out the reply of KL Rahul:

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