Yuzvendra Chahal Chills in Goa Ahead of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (See Pics)
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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is less than fifteen days away and before the Indian players get busy for the upcoming tournament, most of them are chilling and spending their leisure time with their near and dear ones. While Rohit Sharma is letting his hair down in Maldives with his wife Ritika and daughter Samaira, Yuzvendra Chahal is relaxing in Goa. Rohit Sharma’s Maldives Holiday Pics: Indian Opener Enjoys Family Time With Wife Ritika and Daughter Samaira.

Yuzvendra Chahal who was last seen in action playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore during the IPL 2019, posted a picture of himself in Goa. Yuzi had quite a fair season in the IPL 2019. He snapped 18 wickets from 14 games and once got a four-wicket haul. The spinner would want to exceed his expectations in the upcoming tournament and would want to leave a mark in his first appearance at the World Cup 2019. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule in PDF: Ticket Prices, Dates, Venue Details & Timetable Available for Download Online.

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Go where the sun shines! ☀️😎 #incredibleindia

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Yuzvendra Chahal in Goa (Photo Credits: Instagram)

Yuzi with a fan.

 

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Recently, Yuzvendra Chahal in an interview spoke about the coordination between him and Kuldeep Yadav. “Trust is the biggest thing between me and Kuldeep. We trust each other. Just like batsmen do in their partnerships, Kuldeep and I do while bowling. We have good coordination and the best part is that we understand each other," Chahal told the website. "We (Kuldeep and I) discuss plans with each other and implement those with the help of our seniors, especially (Virat) Kohli bhai and (MS Dhoni) Mahi bhai. We will do the same in the World Cup," he further added. India will play their first game at the World Cup 2019 on June 5,  2019, against South Africa.