England is currently hosting India in the 1st of the 3-match ODI series at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Indian captain, Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bowl first despite knowing the fact that England had scored 481/6 against Australia when Tim Paine took a similar decision on this ground three weeks back.
Kohli's decision was backed on the belief that his wrist spinners will exploit whatever little is there in the wicket and he was proved correct by Yuzvendra Chahal and in particular Kuldeep Yadav, who has picked up four wickets already.
Chahal wasn't so lucky in terms of wickets but he did make an impact by keeping things tight from the other end and managed to dismiss England's captain, Eoin Morgan when he was trying to rebuild the innings alongwith Ben Stokes after Kuldeep Yadav's triple strike which rocked England's top order.
However, Chahal's luck seemed to desert him even more when he was hit straight on his knee by a throw from Hardik Pandya which left the leg-spinner in a lot of pain as he rolled along the ground.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was in the mood for some fun on Instagram today as he replied his fans with witty answers to their questions using 'Ask me a Question' feature.
He was also tuned into the one-dayer and was in splits when he saw his former Mumbai Indians' teammate, Chahal in pain after the awkward blow on his knee. Maxwell uploaded the video on his Instagram stories and captioned it '#Neymar' the Brazilian footballer who recently made news for viral videos from the FIFA World Cup where he was seen rolling on the field.
Here is the video as we wait for what Yuzvendra Chahal's response: