Yuvraj Singh has cracked a lighthearted joke at the latest social media post of his former skipper and one of his good friends Sourav Ganguly, who is currently serving as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
Actually, Ganguly, who is also famously known as “Dada” went down the memory lane and shared a picture of him celebrating his maiden Test century on debut against England at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground way back in June 1996 on Instagram on Wednesday (February 12).
The left-hander hit a brilliant knock of 131 off 310 balls with the help of 20 boundaries batting at number three though the match ended in a draw.
In the picture, there was also Rahul Dravid who was unlucky to miss out on his century, scored 95 off 267 at No. 7, was seen applauding Dada.
Meanwhile, the 2011 World Cup star has found a flaw in the picture, as the former captain forgot to remove a watermark from the picture and the former all-rounder made the most of the opportunity to troll his one of the good friends on social media.
The Punjab lad asked Ganguly to remove the logo, requesting him to 'be professional' while reminding him he is the BCCI President in a light manner.
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