Five of the funniest cricketers on Instagram ft. Yuzvendra Chahal and David Warner

Five of the funniest cricketers on Instagram ft. Yuzvendra Chahal and David Warner

Needless to say, cricketers earn praise for their distinguished style of playing the game and the kind of impact they leave behind it. Many cricketers attract massive following both on and off the field.

Social Media platforms have become an integral part of bridging the connectivity between players and their followers. Instagram is a photo and video sharing application used by more than a billion people across the globe.

At a time when creators and influencers put their weight into growing their Instagram profiles, cricketers are no different as they too follow the trends to keep the entertainment coming in. Some cricketers have a massive following on Instagram for their humor and hidden talents such as dancing and singing.

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Let’s take a look at the five cricket players who set the tone on Instagram with their unique style of alluring the crowd.

5) Jimmy Neesham

Jimmy Neesham is the undisputed wittiest cricketer from New Zealand without any doubt. He is known for making the joke out of himself, though these days the all-rounder isn’t active on micro-blogging platform X (formerly known as Twitter). His followers still can search for his sarcasm on Instagram. One of the best Instagram posts by Neesham was made in April 2021 when he wasn’t getting opportunities to play for Mumbai Indians.

While sharing pictures from his beach time in Kovalam, the BlackCaps player wrote: ‘IPL2021 so far: Either carrying water or sitting on it 😁’

4) Wasim Jaffer

Wasim Jaffer might have hanged his boots from the game a few years ago but his sense of humor still keeps him in the limelight. Jaffer’s banter with former England captain Michael Vaughan is just another off-the-field rivalry.

The cricketer-turned-coach sparks laughter a wave of laughter among his nearly three lakh followers through memes. There is a great amount of possibility for someone nascent in watching the game can be mistaken that Jaffer is one of the renowned memers in the country. He makes fun of players and game situations without disrespecting anyone.

3) Jemimah Rodrigues

If somebody asks Jemimah Rodrigues what she would have opted for if not for cricket. Singing! Maybe a duet. The Indian emerging Indian women batter’s Instagram profile is full of her singing, dancing, and behind the dressing room banters. Jemimah brings the energy to the team dressing room with her jovial personality.

She also makes fun of her match moments, particularly the ones where she stretches forward to avoid stumpings. In case you happen to be on the same team as Jemi then dancing is mandatory. She did inspire Australia’s Jess Jonassen to make some fabulous moves in the team dugout to celebrate boundaries. Jemimah and Harleen Deol form an amusing pair to ignite laughter.

2) Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuzvendra Chahal was one of the reasons to help you pass the mundane and appalling lockdown in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. The Indian bowler showcased his unseen side with the TikTok videos before the Chinese-based application was banned. However, the introduction of Instagram reels allowed Chahal to continue his passion for dance humorously.

We weren’t the only ones left in the split but even Indian batting maestro Virat Kohli called his teammate a clown and said it doesn’t feel like Chahal plays international cricket. Chahal is also used to host the show Chahal TV for the Indian cricket team after their matches where he is seen making fun of his teammates.

1 David Warner

The Australian batter recently called it time for Test and ODI formats following the conclusion of Australia’s Test series against Pakistan. Warner will continue with the T20I format and so will his dancing videos on Instagram. Having spent the majority of the IPL period with Sunrisers Hyderabad, the New South Wales-born player has been so smitten with Telugu movie songs and dialogues that he never fails to perform on them once in a while.

He caught the South Indian fans’ attention with his now-popular moves on a song named ‘Butta Bomma’, which was originally performed by actors Allu Arjun and Pooja Hegde. Since then Warner has also been active on social media platforms and he is one of the rare players who responds to the messages of his fans in the comment section. He also dances with his two of the three young daughters in some of the videos.

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