Cricketer Kuldeep Yadav is an integral part of the Indian team at the ongoing ICC World Cup 2023 with his left-arm unorthodox spin. The 28-year-old has picked up 15 wickets so far.
And now, a funny moment has been spotted on X, formerly Twitter, where Yadav responded to a tweet.
X user @Harsh_humour had posted a screenshot of a delivery app where the executive’s name was Kuldeep Yadav. The screenshot showed a notification which read “Kuldeep Yadav… is on the way to deliver your order”.
So, the user tagged Kuldeep Yadav and asked if he delivers off-pitch as well. Yadav replied to the man’s post and asked him what had he ordered.
kya order kia tha bhai..?? 😂😂 https://t.co/My9oGqjJwH
— Kuldeep yadav (@imkuldeep18) November 14, 2023
Netizens had a good laugh and a user commented, “4-5 wickets. Baaki ki chalo Bumrah, Shami, Siraj bhai dekh lenge (4-5 wickets. Bumrah, Shami, Siraj will take care of the rest)”.
“World Cup Order kiya hai bhai. Jaldi deliver karo (Have ordered the World Cup bro, deliver it fast),” said another. “Indian win. That’s what we always expect you to deliver Kuldeep, and you do it most of the time,” wrote a third. “I think the world cup..Still on the way will be delivered on 19th,” another netizen wrote.
Recently, a person with the X account @DonMateo_X14 predicted that Mohammed Shami would pick seven wickets in the World Cup semi final against New Zealand just because he saw it in his dream.
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The person had made the prediction on Tuesday (November 14) while the match was played on Wednesday (November 15). “Saw a dream where Shami took 7 wickets in the semi final,” he wrote.
And surprisingly, that is what happened eventually as Shami ran through the top-order of the Kiwis, picking seven wickets for 57 runs in 9.5 overs. The top five batters of New Zealand were all dismissed by Shami.