Yuzvendra Chahal Shares Hilarious Instagram Story With Ziva Dhoni Ahead of India vs Afghanistan CWC 2019 Match
Chahal Shares a Cute Story With Ziva Dhoni (Photo Credits: Instagram)

India's right arm leg spinner Yuzvendra Chahal shared a cute Instagram story with MS Dhoni's daughter Ziva Dhoni ahead of India vs Afghanistan match Cricket World Cup, 2019. This post has left fans amazed. Chahal has been the pick of the bowler for Indian side as he has contributed tremendously in India's victory at the majority of times. The 28 years old Chahal has taken 6 wickets so far in ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC), 2019. Chahal has used hilarious filters in his story with Ziva Dhoni. Ziva Dhoni and Rishabh Pant Are Adorable In This Roar Video From India vs Pakistan, ICC CWC 2019 Match!

Chahal bowled brilliantly against South Africa in India's opening game of CWC 2019 where he took four wickets by giving away 51 runs. He also took two crucial wickets against Australia while he went wicket-less against Pakistan in the previous game. The duo spin attack of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal make life difficult of the opposite team. Yuzvendra Chahal Wants India to Teach a Lesson to Pakistan After Pulwama Attack.

Indian players are currently on a long break after their victory against Pakistan, as their next game is on June 22, 2019, against Afghanistan. This match shouldn't bother Indian much, however, they will look forward to the match against England on June 30 before playing West Indies on June 27.

Ziva Dhoni is currently in England as she had a blast with Rishabh Pant during India vs Pakistan match. During the Indian Premier League, Ziva was seen cheering loudly for her father MS Dhoni and Chennai Super Kings, her video on social media gets lots of views and appreciation.

Meanwhile, the Indian team is on the fourth position and should comfortably qualify to the semis. However, big blow for Men in Blue is that they have lost Shikhar Dhawan from CWC 2019 remaining matches due to a thumb injury. Rishabh Pant is likely to be seen in action in coming India's matches in World Cup 2019.