India’s Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav are two names, whom the opponents have started fearing the most.
The spin twins have made it tough for the batsmen to attack them in any situation. Even if a batsman starts to attack, neither of the two gets flustered and show courage to get his wicket. Both have shown courage and most importantly, Chahal and Kuldeep have helped each other to do well.
India recently crushed South Africa in their own land, winning the ODI series and that was possible because of these two, to a great extent.
The spin duo is famously known as 'Kul-Cha' and Chahal's recent Twitter post shows that they like getting called that. After the win, Chahal shared a post posing with his destruction partner and wrote, "Kul and Cha are feeling good after wrapping up the series and making history. Wishing everyone a Happy Valentine's day ???????? #kulcha #bromance #indvssa #30andcounting #spintwins".
Kul and Cha are feeling good after wrapping up the series and making history. Wishing everyone a Happy Valentine's day ???????? #kulcha #bromance #indvssa #30andcounting #spintwins pic.twitter.com/zbmPiAHW04— Yuzvendra Chahal (@yuzi_chahal) February 14, 2018
The spin duo has broken the record for most wickets by any overseas spinner in a bilateral ODI series in South Africa, surpassing former West Indies allrounder Keith Arthurton’s mark of 12 wickets taken across seven ODIs during the 1998-99 season.
During the 5th ODI, Chahal was the first man to break Arthurton's record, when he claimed his 13th wicket in the form of David Miller. Not long after, Kuldeep surpassed him with a haul of 4 for 57 to lead the race with 16 wickets in the series so far.