Raina has been in the ODI squad against New Zealand but has spent most of his time in the dressing room. To stay out of the playing field and scorching October heat, Raina did what he could to raise his body temperature. Holding an onion up his armpits was the best decision to get support staff thinking he has fever. However, now it seems Raina’s fake fever has turned into real fever.
The news out of the Indian camp is that Raina has been hit with a case of the Viral Fever. He is ruled out of the ODI and will spend more time in the dressing room with The Viral Fever Youtube Channel guys to shoot a short skit. Raina’s twitter account is proof, that he is a fan of singing and comedy. Remember, when he faked his nephew tweeting to the Pakistan team to GTFO out of India?
Anyway, now that Raina is venturing into the YouTube comedy world by associating with The Viral Fever (TVF), it seems we could see him on our phones and computers more than the TV. We at Rowdy Cricket wish him all the best in his new direction in life of being a YouTube comedian.
Suresh Raina, the flamboyant left handed batsman has been out of the Indian cricket team for a while now. He was selected in the Indian squad against New Zealand and was supposed to be drafted in the playing 11 on October 16, the first ODI – India vs New Zealand. However, that may not happen as Suresh Raina has come under a heavy attack of the Viral Fevers, bro.
Raina, known to be one of the lazier cricketers in the Indian contingent has been putting on kilos which the other team members seem to lose. Kohli has lost 12kgs since 2013, while Jadeja, Shami, Dhoni and Rohit Sharma have each lost a few kilos to maintain their fitness. Raina has been munching on them batata vadas and chhole bhature while the rest of the squad feasts on ghaas-phoos.
Suresh has now reached a new level of laziness. He got a call from the returning captain for the ODI’s humaar Mahiya MS Dhoni about his inclusion in the playing XI. However, Raina wanted to chill in the air-conditioned dressing room while the rest of the team burns their asses in the October heat. As a quick-smart solution, Raina help up a large fresh onion costing Rs. 96 under his armpit. He held the onion long enough for his body temperature to rise enough for the support staff to think he had a fever.
Suresh Raina, thus, will not feature in the playing XI on October 16, Sunday’s first ODI vs New Zealand. No wonder, nobody’s talking about the rates of Onions now-a-days. People are shoving Onions up their arm-pits.