Yuzvendra Chahal says thanks after getting the “ICC pose of the decade” award for his 2019 WC photo

Chahal shared a morphed image of ICC award made by a meme page on social media.

Chahal even took a dig at himself by posing like this for official shoot | TwitterIndian leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is known for his witty side on social media, be it his funny TikTok videos during the Coronavirus lockdown or his multiple dance videos on Instagram, some of which were choreographed by his now-wife Dhanashree Verma.

However, Chahal, who is the host of “Chahal TV” interview sessions during India’s matches, was on fire during the ICC World Cup 2019, for one of his photos which went viral. In the photo, Chahal, who was not playing that particular match, was seen lying on the ground near the boundary in a relaxed pose with the drinks bucket near him.

This photo was memefied a lot throughout the tournament and led to Chahal himself using that photo for trolling purposes on social media.

PICS- Yuzvendra Chahal and Dhanashree meet MS Dhoni and Sakshi in Dubai

Now a meme page on social media used that image and a morphed ICC Award photo, giving Yuzvendra Chahal, the “ICC Pose of the decade” award, as part of the mock ICC Awards. Chahal shared the collage on his social media and said “Thank You, I feel honored.

Meanwhile, David Warner also tagged Chahal in his latest social media pose in which he was awarded the ICC Award for “Male TikToker of the decade”.


By Jatin Sharma - 30 Dec, 2020

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