Mohit Sharma is yet to play a game for the Chennai Super Kings in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League but he is enjoying his time away from the on-field action. The pacer, who was roped in back by the franchise in the auction last year, was seen pranking Sakshi Dhoni and CSK players with his pun-intended questions as CSK travelled back to Chennai for their next encounter against Rajasthan Royals on Monday.
In a video shared by Chennai Super Kings on Twitter, Mohit can be seen asking Sakshi, “How many times can you deduct 10 out of 100?” “100 times, says Sakshi before correcting it to 10 times.” Mohit then responds and tells her, “You can deduct 10 from 100 only one time as after deducting the sum once you will be left with only 90.” The CSK pacer throws a few such bouncers to others as well, on the way to Chennai.
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In the same way Mohit tried to make fun of Ravindra Jadeja who escaped from getting fooled by answering to the question in a right way. Mohit asked Jadeja “If the hen of your’s lays egg in you neighbour’s house. Now whom the egg belongs to ??” to which Jadeja correctly answered as the egg belong to the hen.
Mohit was picked by CSK at the player auction for Rs 5 crore. He is the most experienced Indian pacer in CSK’s arsenal and will be looking to make an impact when he gets the opportunity. Along with Mohit, Chennai have three more Indian pacers – Deepak Chahar, Shardul Thakur and KM Asif in their ranks.
Chennai Super Kings got their title-defence off to a perfect start with a thumping seven-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening encounter at the Chepauk Stadium. Harbhajan Singh headlined the victory as the veteran spinner took a three-wicket haul and accounted for important wickets of Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers and Moeen Ali.
The Chennai outfit continued its stellar run in their second game where they romped past Delhi Capitals with ease and registered a 6-wicket win at the Feroz Shah Kotla to make it two wins on the trot this season.