Rohit Sharma roasts Yuzvendra Chahal by comparing him with The Rock on Twitter
Rohit Sharma roasts Yuzvendra Chahal by comparing him with The Rock on Twitter

It is no secret that the Indian cricket team lives like a family and Yuzvendra Chahal is the darling of the entire team. One of the most lovable characters present in the Indian squad, Chahal has always been in the news because of the trolls that his teammates do on him. This list includes everyone right from skipper Virat Kohli to vice-captain Rohit Sharma.


While Virat Kohli has just tried to pull Chahal’s leg in the comments box of Instagram, Rohit has taken things to a totally new level. The Indian team fans would definitely know about Dwayne The Rock Johnson who is a famous WWE Superstar and also a Hollywood celebrity.

The Rock is known for his impressive physique and his tattoo. Co-incidentally Chahal also has the same tattoo on his chest and now, Sharma has tried to pull the Indian leg-spinner’s tweet in his latest tweet.

Rohit Sharma roasted Yuzvendra Chahal

Speaking about the banter that led to this tweet first, there was a meme that had recently gone viral on the internet. Chahal’s shirtless photo is compared with that of The Rock and the fans are calling it their Tinder version vs their real self.

Rohit Sharma would have noticed that meme and he decided to share it on his official Twitter handle with a hilarious caption. The thing was Rohit’s century had helped India win the 3-match ODI series against Australia.

However, the headlines were not focusing on Rohit’s hundred. Instead, they were more related to Chahal’s viral meme although the leggie did not play a single game in the series.

The vice-captain seemed to be disappointed with this thing and so he tweeted out the following statement –

Best picture I saw today. India wins the series but someone else takes the headlines. Bravo!@yuzi_chahal.”

You can view the tweet below –

What’s next?

After winning the ODI series by 2-1 against Australia, Team India will tour New Zealand for 5 T20, 3 ODI and 2 test matches. The first game of the tour will kick off on 24th January when the host New Zealand takes on the Indian team in the first T20I in Auckland.