Mitchell Johnson Had Quarrel With Yusuf Pathan During Legends League Game
By CricShots - Oct 2, 2022 9:43 pm
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In the first qualifier of the Legends League Cricket 2022, India Capitals managed to chase down 227 runs against Bhilwara Kings. Many heroes came out in this match, but when the Bhilwara team was batting, there was an incident was seen which spoiled the fun of this match and it was the altercation between Mitchell Johnson and Yusuf Pathan.

Yusuf Pathan
Yusuf Pathan engaged in a heated exchange with Mitchell Johnson

At first, Mitchell Johnson angered the younger brother Irfan Pathan, but when he messed with elder brother Yusuf, the matter escalated beyond limits. While the brothers were batting for their team, during the 19th over of the match, Johnson, who was bowling his last over, messed with elder brother Yusuf and told him some unpleasant things.

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During the incident, Yousuf’s younger brother Irfan also kept watching at the other end. After this, when Johnson crossed the limit, Yusuf could not stay and he clashed with Johnson and there was a scuffle between the two. First Yusuf lost his cool, as he pushed Johnson and then Johnson also did not pull his hands back and he also pushed Pathan. If the umpires had not come in between, then this matter could have become more serious.

The video of this incident is becoming increasingly viral on social media and fans are trolling Mitchell Johnson a lot after seeing his attitude. At the same time, if we talk about this match, then Ross Taylor’s 84 runs in 39 balls proved to be decisive and he gave Gautam Gambhir’s team victory.

India Capitals (Playing XI): Gautam Gambhir (c), Dwayne Smith, Hamilton Masakadza, Denesh Ramdin (wk), Ross Taylor, Ashley Nurse, Liam Plunkett, Mitchell Johnson, Pankaj Singh, Pravin Tambe, Pawan Suyal

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Bhilwara Kings (Playing XI): William Porterfield, Morne van Wyk (wk), Shane Watson, Jesal Karia, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan (c), Rajesh Bishnoi, Tino Best, S Sreesanth, Fidel Edwards, Monty Panesar