Rohit Sharma Shares Image of Yuzvendra Chahal in Body Tattoo, Draws Parallel With Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Sets Twitter Rolling
Yuzvendra Chahal And Rohit Sharma (Photo Credits: IANS)

Rohit Sharma’s bonhomie with Yuzvendra Chahal continued, this time on Twitter. Rohit who has never shied away from trolling and taking a jibe at Chahal hit a six out of the ground with his latest attempt in trolling his teammate. Sharma posted a picture on twitter in which WWE superstar and actor Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and a shirtless Yuzi Chahal can be seen flaunting their Samoan tattoos. Taunting his national teammate and close friend for allegedly stealing all the headlines, Rohit captioned the image “Best picture I saw today.” Chahal, who is also a fan of WWE, has a similar tattoo on his shoulder. Shoaib Akhtar Lauds Rohit Sharma's Effort After India Chase Down 287 Against Australia to Win Series 2-1 at Bengaluru.

“Best picture I saw today. India wins the series but someone else takes the headlines. Bravo!!” wrote Rohit, in which an image of The Rock flaunting his iconic Samoan was merged with a shirtless Chahal. Both shirtless men were seen flaunting their tattoos. Chahal seems to be comparing his tattoo with the iconic Samoan tattoo of The Rock. The leg-spinner later even replied to Rohit’s message. Chahal wrote, “The Rock” clearly declaring whose tattoo was better among the two.

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Meanwhile, Rohit continued his love affair with Bengaluru and hit a match-winning hundred to guide India to a 2-1 victory in three-match ODI series against Australia. Rohit’s 119 from 128 deliveries, which comprised of 8 boundaries and 6 maximums, helped India chase a 287-run target with 15 deliveries to spare. Rohit had failed to provide India a strong start in the opening two matches but delivered in the series-decider even adding a 137-run stand a with skipper Virat Kohli to take India home comfortably.