Ever since Yuzvendra Chahal has joined Rajasthan Royals, the social media game of one of the most entertaining IPL franchises has reached an all new level. The leg-spinner is one of the most funny and beloved cricketers in the country and as he has certainly lived up to all the high expectations in early days of his RR career.
As he joined the team camp ahead of the IPL 2022 season, Chahal threatened to take over the RR Twitter account from the admin. As it turned out, he did it on March 16 and wreaked havoc on internet. He announced himself as the captain of franchise and came up with some hilarious content on social media.
But, one of the tweets of that day has not gone down well with Jos Buttler. Yuzi had shared a post which said that if fans can come up with 10000 Retweets, he will open with @josbuttler uncle.
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) March 16, 2022
As Jos Buttler joined the RR camp, he was shown the tweet which he might have missed that day. And his reaction was epic! The Englishman looked in sheer disappointment as he came up with a dismal look while reacting to the post.
Although one does not know if Buttler was more annoyed with the ‘opening with Yuzi part’ or ‘Chahal calling him uncle’ part, something which was very evident was the fact that the 31-year-old was not a very happy man.
Check out Buttler’s reaction here:
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) March 18, 2022
Buttler looks set to open in IPL 2022
Amid all this fun, banter and entertainment, one important hint that has come out from RR camp is the fact that Jos Buttler is set to bat at top of the order. The right-handed batsman has batted in middle order for the franchise as well and there have been some talks about the same in build up to IPL 2022 season.
As it looks like, he is set to open the innings alongside either Yashasvi Jaiswal or Devdutt Padikkal with the other left-handed batsman probably taking the No. 3 spot. Meanwhile, captain Sanju Samson could take the No. 4 slot which would make it a formidable top four for the franchise this season.