Australian cricketer David Warner overwhelmed TikTok and has been investing his isolate energy by making moving to Bollywood melodies or recounting mainstream exchanges on the application.
The hard-hitting opener as of late shared a video aggregation of the entirety of his best TikToks over on his Instagram, which a fan had made for him.
Warner also thanked the fan for making the mashup.
“Love all the mashup videos being made for us, @harshad_gaikwad_edits thanks for the support. Awesome stuff #fun #family @candywarner1,” Warner captioned his post on IG.
In any case, former Team India allrounder Yuvraj Singh engaged in the remark area of the video and responded amusingly.
Yuvraj, in his attempt to pull the Aussie batter’s leg, wrote: “You seriously need to get out of the house”
Irfan Pathan trolls Yuvraj Singh’s Bowling Action
Former India cricketers Yuvraj Singh and Irfan Pathan are dear companions and henceforth when the last posted an image via web-based networking media contrasting his bowling activity with a ‘Sifaka’ on Thursday, the former rushed to react.
In Irfan’s most recent tweet, the Sifaka can be seen remaining with open hands, which to some degree takes after his bowling activity. He utilized a giggling emoticon and asked fans “close enough???”. Not simply the fans, Yuvi thought of a diverting reaction where he made jokes about Irfan. Yuvraj composed wear not think about the bowling, however handling.
Cricketers pay tribute to Soldiers killed in Galwan valley Clash :
Earlier India’s leading sportspersons, including cricket captain Virat Kohli, former all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and football Sunil Chhetri, have paid tributes to the 20 Army personnel killed during a clash with Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh.
The clash at the Galwan valley was the biggest Indo-China military confrontation in over five decades and escalated the volatile border standoff in the region. As per the media reports, India lost 20 of its soldiers in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley region on Monday night. The Chinese side has also suffered heavy casualties of over 40 soldiers.