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Mitchell Johnson Receives Hilarious Reactions For Snake In His Room
By CricShots - Sep 20, 2022 3:38 pm
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Former Australian pacer, Mitchell Johnson witnessed an unwanted guest at Lucknow Hotel and he shared a picture of the same on his Instagram handle. A snake entered Johnson’s room which left the Australian cricketer amused. The 40-year-old cricketer is part of the India Capitals’ squad which is playing in the Legends League Cricket.

Mitchell Johnson
Mitchell Johnson

Mitchell Johnson posted the picture of the snake and captioned it as, “Anyone know what type of snake this is?? Just hanging out in my room door,” The cricketer shared one more post in which he called his stay in India interesting, “Found a better pic of this snakes head. Still unsure what it is exactly. Interesting stay so far in Lucknow, India,” wrote Johnson.

As Mitchell Johnson asked the name of the snake, fans shared their thoughts in the comment section. One of the users wrote: ‘It’s a non-venomous wolf snake’. Out of nowhere, one of the fans decides to give harsh burns to Bangladesh cricketers. ‘I think it’s Bangladesh Legends Captain looking for Brad Haddin (laughing emojis)’, the fan wrote. Here are some reactions of fans.

Here are some of the fans’ reactions

The context of the fan’s comment is Brad Haddin’s unbelievable finish in the recently concluded match between Australia legends and Bangladesh Legends. Aussies needed to score 21 off the last 6 balls and the keeper-batter did it. The timeline of the final over was; 0, 6, NB 2, 0, 4, 4, 4.

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It was the first win for Australia Legends in their second match of the season. A total of eight teams are locking horns with each other in the Road Safety World Series and it’s a different league than Legends League Cricket in which Mitchell Johnson is playing.

Currently, Tilakratne Dilshan-led Sri Lanka Legends are at top of the table with 3 wins in 3 games. West Indies and India are just below Sri Lanka. India started the tournament with a win but their last couple of matches were spoiled by rain. Now, Sachin Tendulkar’s India has two more games left to play which are against England and Bangladesh. Each team is scheduled to play 5 matches as far as the group stage is concerned. The top 4 sides will qualify for the semi-finals which will take place in Raipur.