Following the fourth record Indian Premier League (IPL) title win, Mumbai Indians’ (MI) skipper Rohit Sharma raps ‘Asli Hip Hop’ alongside longtime friend and certainly former national teammate – Yuvraj Singh.
On the tunes of ‘Asli Hip Hop’ from the Bollywood movie – Gully Boy, Rohit shakes his leg which further saw Yuvraj doing some bhangra following Indians’ tense one-run win over Chennai Super Kings (CSK) on Sunday night (May 12) in Hyderabad.
In the after party, the players enjoyed every moment with Rohit having a gala time. Interestingly, he has had turned out to be a rapper as Yuvraj equally setting the floor on fire.
The official Twitter handle of Indians tweeted a video of the duo celebrating the victory with their teammates.
Soon after the glory, Rohit has expressed joy on the field while doing Imran Tahir. He also took to Twitter to express his satisfaction on lifting the coveted trophy since 2013.
— Rohit Sharma (@ImRo45) May 13, 2019
Well, Yuvraj has featured in just four IPL games in the recently-held edition. He scored 98 runs at an average of 24.50.
On the other side, following a bleak-run, Rohit made a comeback with the tally of 405 runs in 15 innings.
How things went to MI’s way in a cliffhanger:
The players were on cloud nine when straight umpire raised his dread finger to declared Shardul Thakur lbw on the bowling of Lasith Malinga.
Earlier, Jasprit Bumrah bowled sensational four overs in which he gave away just 14 runs to claim two wickets.
Batting first, Indians were restricted to 149 in 20 allotted overs. In response, Chennai looked pretty good, but a flurry of wickets had led to their downfall.
Ahead of the finale, both teammates have had won three titles each.
Meanwhile, Indians have cherished better record over the Super Kings.
Now, they’ve wrestled against each other four times in the grand finale. Indians sealed three so far including the IPL 2019, whereas, CSK has managed a solitary trophy win over Indians since the inception of the league in 2008.
Here’s the video: Yuvraj Singh, Rohit Sharma shake a leg –
— Mumbai Indians (@mipaltan) May 13, 2019