Indian Premier League: Yuzvendra Chahal, Dhanashree Verma perform victory dance after beating RCB players in table tennis. Watch | Cricket News


Yuzvendra Chahal and Dhanashree Verma burst into a victory dance after scoring a point in table tennis.© Instagram

Yuzvendra Chahal and his wife Dhanashree Verma expressed their competitive side during a table tennis game against Mohammed Siraj and Srikar Bharat, one of the new recruits of the Royal Challengers Bangalore. Srikar Bharat took to Instagram to share a video in which he teamed up with Siraj to play a game of table tennis against Chahal and Dhanashree. In the video, after scoring a point, Chahal and his wife engage in a victory dance.

However, in the following excerpt, Siraj and Bharat reciprocate by scoring a point.

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RCB players are currently in a bio-bubble in Chennai as they prepare for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

On Friday, RCB will face reigning champions Mumbai Indians in the 2021 IPL opener.

Earlier today, Chahal posted a video of himself and Kyle Jamieson in which the duo were seen marching to the WWE Legend theme song The Undertaker.

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RCB is one of three teams that have yet to get their hands on the IPL Trophy. Virat Kohli led RCB to the playoffs last year and he hopes that with up to eight new faces on the squad they can go the distance and lift the IPL Trophy for the first time.


RCB added five uncapped players to their squad as well as three international signings at the player auction earlier this year.

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The Bangalore-based franchise spent a lot to secure the services of Glenn Maxwell and Jamieson from New Zealand and they also brought in experienced Australian T20 specialist Daniel Christian.

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