World Cup | 'Guess The Player And Win' Says Anand Mahindra Posing A Riddle

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Anand Mahindra took to his Twitter and posted a riddle asking Twitterati to guess the name of a player. He adds that the person who is the quickest to answer correctly will win a Mahindra collectible scale model toy car. 

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

By now the chairman of Mahindra Group, Anand Mahindra has made it evident that much like most of us, he is a cricket fan too, and especially so during the World Cup. While he recently revealed that superstition sometimes stops him from watching Team India play, he also revealed that he broke that superstition to watch octogenarian superfan fan Charulata Patel’s enthusiasm and passion towards cricket during the India-Bangladesh encounter, and even promised to sponsor her tickets if required. 

Now, he has once again conveyed his willingness to be charitable when it comes to excitement around Cricket, and has engaged netizens in conversation about Team India by serving them with a challenge that requires fans to put their thinking caps on to earn a prize. 

Anand took to his Twitter and posted a riddle and asked Twitterati to guess the name of a player. He adds that the person who is the quickest to answer correctly will win a Mahindra collectible scale model toy car. 

Read the riddle here:

The netizens were prompt and have some very interesting answers.

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Most fans think that the answer to the riddle is wrist spinner Yuzvendra Chahal as he was a chess champ before he bewildered batsmen with his spinning deliveries.

Others just think it's MS Dhoni, reasons not given.

Apart from these, the fans have made various other guesses. Everyone is on the edge of their seats to know the correct answer. Do you think you know the answer to the riddle? Let us know in the comments section below.

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