WATCH: Yuzvendra Chahal hilariously trolls Mohammed Siraj for new hairstyle

Shreyas Iyer was awarded 'Player of the Series' for his incredible performance.

Yuzvendra Chahal makes fun of Mohammed Siraj
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Cricketers have often set major fashion goals time and again. From wearing stylish outfits to wooing the fans to coming up with trendy hairstyles, the cricketers have impressed everyone. Some cricketers have often hogged the limelight for their hairstyles. In fact, even fans have imitated them by having the same virtual haircut quite similar to that of the cricketers.

Recently, India’s fast bowler Mohammed Siraj has been the subject of discussion for colouring his hair blonde. Pictures of Siraj’s hairstyle have circulated all over social media portals. Meanwhile, India’s leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal decided to come into the big picture only to take a dig at Siraj and his new hairstyle.

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The incident happened right after the third T20I against Sri Lanka in Dharamsala. Rohit Sharma and Co who secured their 11th straight win in T20Is gave absolutely everything to aim for 12 straight wins. They succeeded in doing it in the end. India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets and successfully inflicted a 3-0 whitewash on them.

Yuzvendra Chahal makes fun of Mohammed Siraj’s new hairdo

In the wake of India’s win against Sri Lanka, Chahal was spotted interviewing the Player of the Match, Shreyas Iyer. The Kolkata Knight Riders captain smashed an unbeaten 73 off 45 balls. He anchored the run-chase by slamming as many as 9 boundaries and a six at a strike rate of 162.22.

During Chahal TV, the leg-spinner interviewed Shreyas Iyer and the duo were joined by Mohammed Siraj during the closing moments of the friendly interview. It was when Chaha decided to troll India’s fast bowler for his hair with a rib-tickling joke. “We have been joined by Siraj. You look at his hair. It looks as if the grass hasn’t received water and it has dried up.”

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Now that the T20I series came to a close, the action shifts to the Test format. India will take on Sri Lanka in the first of the two-match Test series on March 4 at Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali. The second and final T20I will be held on March 12 at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.

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