Yuzvendra Chahal‘s wife Dhanashree Verma is quite active on social media, especially Instagram. Most recently, she has introduced her ‘real spice gang’. When Dhanashree took to Instagram, she uploaded four pictures and a reel that had her ‘gang’. Her husband Chahal was also featured in three of the four pictures. Meanwhile, in the shared reel, Dhanashree could be seen posing in a selfie while sitting inside a car. Dhanashree had also recently boosted Chahal’s confidence after the player signed up for English county team Kent.
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Talking about chahal, he came to terms with Kent after being overlooked by the national selectors for the ongoing Asia Cup and the upcoming ODI World Cup.
“Always so proud of you. You are our legend,” Dhanashree wrote on her Instagram story after Chahal signed up for Kent. “Let’s show some more magic,” she added.
Chahal becomes the second Indian to play for the side after seamer Arshdeep Singh, who featured in five matches for Kent in June-July, capturing 13 wickets.
“This is an exciting challenge for me, playing in English county cricket, and one I am very much looking forward to,” Chahal said in a club statement.
Meanwhile, Kent head coach Paul Downton said: “We are delighted to have secured a spinner of Yuzvendra’s caliber for the final three Championship matches of the season, with Matt Parkinson not available to us until next year and Hami Qadri was recently injured.”
“He is really looking forward to playing in English conditions and will bring a significant amount of skill and international experience to our squad.” Chahal, who is yet to make his Test debut with India, has played 33 first-class matches, claiming 87 wickets at an average of 35.25, including three four-fors (in one innings) and a couple of fivers (in one innings) . His best figures are 6 for 44 (innings) and 8 for 112 (games).
Considering his recent FC outings, he featured in two matches for Haryana during the Ranji Trophy last season, picking up three wickets at an average of 92.33.
(With PTI inputs)
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