Illustrious Challengers Bangalore spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, talking after Thursday’s match against Mumbai Indians, said in the post-coordinate question and answer session that he felt like England bowler Stuart Broad after Yuvraj Singh had hit him for three successive sixes. The remark, made jokingly, brought back recollections of Yuvraj Singh pummeling six sixes of a solitary over by Broad in the 2007 World Cup. Expansive, be that as it may, thought of a rebound to Chahal’s correspond on an Instagram post shared by the IPL handle. “Expectation he feels like me in 10 years time with 437 Test wickets,” he remarked.
Chahal, speaking to RCB in the question and answer session, told journalists, “After Yuvraj hit me for three sixes, I felt like Stuard Broad. He is an amazing batsman and I realized I needed to back myself. It was a littler ground and to be hit for limits is fine. I realized I needed to concoct my best conveyances thus I was bowling the wide googlies,” he said.
Chahal was alluding to the fourteenth over of the Mumbai innings, the initial three wads of which over were conveyed of the recreation center by Yuvraj.
Moving back the years, the southpaw hit the initial six over profound midwicket, the second in a row down the ground and the third over long on. He additionally attempted to hang the fourth chunk of the over long off, his cutting edge apparently having heard 1 billion supplications of a 2007 World Cup revival. Be that as it may, this was not to be – Mohammed Siraj pouched a catch at long off to expel Yuvraj for a 12-ball 23.
Stuart Broad may be recollected best by numerous Indian fans for being on the wrong side of Yuvraj Singh’s attack 12 years prior, yet the English pacer, presently matured 32 and one of just three current bowlers with in excess of 400 Test wickets, had an ideal rebound to Chahal’s remark.