Yuvraj Singh nails his new version of bottle cap challenge; Harbhajan Singh comes up with a hilarious comment on the same
The recently introduced and already ever so popular- The bottle cap challenge has taken the internet by storm. From social media users to the various celebrities from Hollywood and Bollywood, almost everyone has been trying out the challenge and posting their successful as well as the unsuccessful attempts over the social media handles.
Now, the former Indian cricketer, Yuvraj Singh too has joined the list, but with a new Cricket version, which can perhaps be named as the advanced version 2.0 of the original one.
For people, who are still not well-versed as to what the original challenge is all about, here what it is all about:
A bottle is placed on a table with its cap loosely fixed on it. The person trying it out is required to untwist the cap with a roundhouse kick. Note: The cap should just fly off the bottle, which should remain stationary at that particular moment. Yes, that’s quite a task. Also, the entire challenge has to be recorded in Slow Motion to understand whether you’ve actually made it.
Yuvraj adds a Cricketing twist
Yuvraj has now come up with his own version of the challenge. As per the challenge video posted by the all-rounder, a person from behind the camera throws a ball (one bounce) gently towards him, to which he hits it straight at a bottle filled with water, placed at some distance from him.
He nails the challenge, as the ball hits right at the loosely tightened bottle cap, to send it flying out of the frame. The 37-year-old further in his video caption, passes on the challenge to the likes of Brian Lara, Shikhar Dhawan, Chris Gayle, and the Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar- who all will have to complete the challenge as a left-hander.
While Lara, Shikhar, and Gayle are all left-handed, Tendulkar has also been assigned the task despite being a right-handed batsman! Perhaps because what’s right or left for the God of Cricket?
Harbhajan posts a hilarious comment
Off-spinner Harbhajan Singh, realising the increased difficulty of the challenge, urged Yuvraj not to throw a huge challenge as such, which might become impossible for anybody to accomplish.