Birth Anniversary of Yuzvendra Singh Chahal (Cricketer)
• Yuzvendra Singh Chahal (born 23 July 1990) is an Indian cricketer and former chess player who represents India in the international stage. • He is a leg break bowler and one of the best in the business. • Chahal made his One Day International debut against Zimbabwe in Harare Sports Club on 11 June, 2016. • Chahal has so far played only limited overs International cricket, i.e., One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is). • Along with cricket, Chahal has also represented India internationally in Chess at youth levels. • On the domestic level, Chahal plays for Haryana. Chahal is an integral part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore contingent in the Indian Premier League. • In the second match, Chahal took three wickets for just 25 runs and led his side to victory by 8 wickets. This earned him first international man of the match award. • On 18 January 2019, Chahal took his 2nd One Day International 5 wicket haul by taking 6/42 against Australia National Cricket team. These were one of the joint best figures by an Indian bowler. • Cricket is not Chahal's only talent. Chahal has also represented India in chess at the World Youth Chess Championship.