‘Chain se sona hai toh jaag jao’ – Suryakumar Yadav pranks Tilak Varma whilst he was once asleep in flight
Mumbai Indians (MI) avid gamers had been extremely joyful following their resounding win in opposition to Lucknow Tremendous Giants (LSG) within the Eliminator of the 2023 Indian Premier League (IPL) on Wednesday, Might 24, on the MA Chidambaram Stadium, in Chennai. Rohit Sharma and corporate overcame LSG through an enormous 81-run margin to advance to the IPL 2023 2nd qualifier.
The five-time champions will face the protecting champions Gujarat Titans (GT) in Qualifier Two on Friday, Might 26, on the Narendra Modi Stadium, in Ahmedabad. Particularly, GT suffered an terrible 15-run defeat throughout the arms of Chennai Tremendous Kings (CSK) in Qualifier One on Might 23, in Chennai.
As MI headed off for Ahmedabad, MI posted a video on Twitter in their in-form batter, Suryakumar Yadav, taking part in a prank on Tilak Varma who was once asleep at the flight. Suryakumar took some lemon slices from the cabin group and made up our minds to drip one of the juice immediately into the mouth of a drowsing Tilak. The younger batter aroused from sleep out of misunderstanding and seemed round simplest to search out passengers guffawing at Yadav’s prank.
“Chain se sona hai toh jaag jao (If you wish to sleep peacefully then get up),” the franchise captioned the put up.
Watch the video of Surya’s hilarious prank right here:
Akash Madhwal starred with the ball as MI beat LSG through 81 runs
Mumbai Indians captain, Rohit Sharma, gained the toss and made up our minds to bat first. All MI batters struggled with the bat barring Cameron Inexperienced, who performed a the most important knock of 41 off 23 deliveries, because the five-time champions controlled to attain a cheap overall of 182 runs in 20 overs. For LSG, Naveen-ul-Haq claimed a four-wicket haul whilst Yash Thakur claimed a three-for whilst Mohsin Khan picked a wicket, respectively.
All over the chase, Lucknow had been bundled out for 101 runs in 16.3 overs with pacer Akash Madhwal claiming a five-wicket haul and conceding simply 5 runs in 3.3 overs. Except the 29-year-old pacer, Chris Jordan and Piyush Chawla picked one wicket every for the Rohit Sharma-led facet as they registered an enormous 81-run win.