Australia batsman Chris Lynn has typically being in comparison with widespread American grownup movie actor Jonny Sins on account of his likeness for the star and since they each have bald heads. This was as soon as once more introduced into the limelight when Lynn’s IPL teammate Krunal Pandya in contrast him to Sins whereas wishing the cricketer on his thirty first birthday.
In a video shared by Mumbai Indians (MI) on their social media platforms, Pandya will be heard cheering from behind, “Pleased birthday to our very personal Jonny.”
Not solely Krunal, but in addition different MI gamers had been heard saying “Johnny” through the cake-cutting celebration. Funnily, Lynn has himself admitted that he prefers ‘Johnny Sins’ over ‘Steve Austin’ as his look-a-like.
Opener Chris Lynn, who bought a chance to play within the inaugural match of IPL 2021, is hoping that his first match doesn’t change into his final after the right-handed batsman was concerned in a run-out of his skipper Rohit Sharma in opposition to Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
“It’s not ideally suited, working out your captain within the first sport. The primary sport may very well be my final, who is aware of (laughs)? However it was a spur-of-the-moment factor, occurs within the sport,” mentioned the Brisbane-born after his workforce’s two-wicket loss within the last-ball thriller on Friday night time.
Lynn was roped in remaining XI rather than South Africa wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, who’s at the moment serving the necessary 7-day quarantine interval after arriving in India. The southpaw has been MI’s first selection opener from the previous couple of seasons.
🗣️ “It is nice to make your debut for some of the profitable franchises around the globe.”
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