Yuzvendra Chahal Thank You Fans, Friends, Family for Praying and Support for Parents Recovering COVID-19 |  Cricket News

Yuzvendra Chahal Thank You Fans, Friends, Family for Praying and Support for Parents Recovering COVID-19 | Cricket News

 

Yuzvendra Chahal shared a photo with her family after her parents recovered from COVID-19.© Instagram

Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on Thursday thanked friends and family after her parents were cured of coronavirus. On Thursday, Chahal posted a beautiful photo with his family members on Instagram and wrote, “Thank you all for your prayers and support. We are overwhelmed with the support we have received from our friends / family and all your posts. Parents are healthy. And we urge everyone to be safe. “. The photo of Chahal shows his father KK Chahal, mother Sunita Devi and his wife Dhanashree Verma.

Chahal’s parents hired COVID-19 last month when Dhanashree reported this on social media. Chahal’s latest update was received by friends and followers on Instagram. Actress Aly Goni has expressed her Joy by sharing the emojis of folded hands in the comments box.

Cricketer Mohit Sharma threw red-hearted emojis under the stand. Actor Saqib Saleem wrote “Bhai” along with a red-hearted emoji. Singers Zaeden and Rameet Sandhu were also happy to comment on the comments. The happy news has raised more than 3 lakhs on the social media platform.

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Chahal was last seen on April 30 in the 26th Indian Premier League (IPL) match between the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and the Punjab Kings (PBKS). He picked a wicket in that game and gave up 34 rounds in four playoffs.

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Four days later, on May 4, the Indian Cricket Control Commission (BCCI) shut down a money-rich league due to COVID-19. Now, the remaining games and four playoff games will be played in the United Arab Emirates between September and October.

However, Chahal could return to field work before the IPL resumes, when the Indian team will travel to Sri Lanka to make a series of white balls. The three-match ODIs in India and Sri Lanka and so many other T20I series will take place from July 13th to July 25th.

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