Indian Cricketers Play PUBG Before Leaving For World Cup And Twitter Is Asking Their Usernames

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With World Cup knocking our doors, Indian Cricket Team has finally left for England to play the 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The team will be participating in the warm up  matches before entering the battle of the pride. Indian team is scheduled to play two matches against New Zealand and Bangladesh before the World Cup starts on 25th and 28th May respectively. The first official match will be against South Africa on 5th June.

Recently, the players were spotted at the Mumbai airport lounge before leaving for their flight. Some of the pictures from the airport of players made their way to the internet and now, they are going viral.

The pictures were uploaded by the official account of Board of Control for Cricket in Indian (BCCI) on Twitter, where some of the players were seen indulging themselves into playing a couple of games of the infamous PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile. The battle royale game has been the most popular game in the country since last 1.5 years.

Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and former Indian Captain,  MS Dhoni formed a squad in the game and were playing in the map called Erangel.

As soon as the pictures were shared, Twitter went crazy. One of the users wanted to know the usernames of players on PUBG and wrote, “All The Best Team India!! Btw @yuzi_chahal and Mahi can you tell us your PUBG acc name?!”

We wish Indian Cricket Team, best of luck for their campaign.  

Published by Lokendra Sharma on 23 May 2019

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