No doubt Indian Spinner Yuzi Chahal is one of funniest cricketers of current Indian Team. Besides being master of his craft, the leggie has always been a funny character off and on the field. Chahal can be seen frequently indulging in funny banters and trolls with his friends and teammates.
But sometimes you have to control the humour in the wake of situation. On Friday, Yuzi Chahal did the mistake of not sensing the situation properly and came up with a funny comment on an Instagram photo posted on the official page of Indian Cricket Team.
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On completing 13 million followers on the Instagram, the official team handle posted a picture for thanking its followers. Yuzvendra Chahal sensed a good opportunity to ask for a party and wrote ‘Corona Party?’ – asking for a party in the comment section.
At a time, when Humanity is facing its largest scare of the decade, fans clearly didn’t like such type of a comment from an Indian Cricketer and started backlashing Yuzi for making fun of CORONA threat. Many of them even went onto write abuses and forced Yuzi to realise and delete his comment.
With situation is getting worse with each day, the Corona outbreak has put the world on halt. Some countries have been forced to lockdown completely while some others are trying their best to stop a possible lockdown. In a last month and so, the cases of COVID-19 are increasing the world over. The virus has hit 188 countries – infecting over 3 lakh people and consuming over 13500 lives in this duration.
Sports events the world over have taken a drubbing over the last few weeks.Even the Olympics 2020 games have been postponed to avoid mass gathering in a bid to control the Virus threat. The Virus has also cancelled all the cricket action for now.
In last couple of weeks, the subcontinent has also been severely hit by COVID-19 outbreak. BCCI has postponed every single tournament till the situation becomes favourable to resume the cricket again. The IPL has also been deferred at least till 15 April.