Yuzvendra Chahal recreates his iconic 'lying pose' ahead of the white-ball series against England

In his most recent Instagram post, Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal is seen recreating his iconic 'lying pose'.

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There is never a dull moment when Yuzvendra Chahal is around. The leg-spinner is always up for a fun time and making people laugh. He is a well-known prankster who never fails to amuse his fans. While he kept his fans entertained with frequent reels during the lockdown, he has continued posting amusing posts since then to keep them entertained.

In his most recent Instagram post, the Indian cricketer is seen recreating his iconic 'lying pose' in front of the Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club. The leg-spinner uploaded three photos taken in different parts of the hotel, but all in the same pose.

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This pose grabbed attention when he picked up a hat-trick and a five-wicket haul in the same match against Kolkata in the Indian T20 League 2022. The most recent edition of the Indian T20 League was a great one for the spinner. He ended the season as the leading wicket-taker of the season. He picked up 225 wickets in 17 wickets at an economy rate of 7.75 runs.

Since then, he has played in the series against South Africa and Ireland. He will next be seen in the white-ball series against England. The series kicks off with the first T20I match on the 7th of July.

While India's Test team is playing England in the fifth rescheduled Test, India's second squad is in Northamptonshire for a T20 practice game. Chahal is also a member of the team competing at the County Ground in Northampton. After being put in to bat first, India produced 149/8 thanks to two excellent performances from skipper Dinesh Karthik and Harshal Patel. While Karthik scored 34 off 26 balls, Patel hit 54 off 36 balls to help India to a competitive total.

The bowlers then followed it up with an excellent game. They took regular wickets, which put the batters under pressure. They eventually went on to dismiss Northamptonshire for a score of 139 runs. India went on to win the second practice game by a margin of ten runs.

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