Currently, India and Pakistan are locking horns with each other in the ongoing edition of the ICC World Cup at the Old Trafford in Manchester. The Men in Blue have managed to register a win every time they have faced the arch-rivals in the World Cup and were termed as favorites ahead of this game as well. Moreover, Virat Kohli and his men are unbeaten in the tournament even as Pakistan has already lost a couple of matches.
Meanwhile, the veteran Indian off-spinner, Ravichandran Ashwin tweeted about the weather condition which is one of the talking points of the clash. Ashwin hasn’t played limited-overs cricket for over two years and doesn’t seem like making a comeback.
In one of the comments, a trolled reminded Ashwin of the Champions Trophy Final in 2017 that India lost to Pakistan by a mammoth 180 runs. Sarfaraz Ahmed and his men went on to score as many as 338 in 50 overs after which the men in blue were bundled out for 158 in 30.3 overs. Ashwin had a rough day on the field in that game as he gave away 70 runs in his quota of 10 overs without taking a wicket.
Fakhar Zaman went on to score a and he smashed the spinner for quite a few boundaries. Ashwin played his last limited-over series during the tour to West Indies in July 2017 and lost his place in the national team ever since. He is still a crucial member of the Test cricket, though he missed out on quite a bit of cricket last year due to injuries.
Meanwhile, the fan replied to Ashwin in an abusive manner and wrote, “Chutiya mat kaat…ghar pe behet aur so jaa…tere liye CT Final haar gaya tha.”
Chutiya mat kaat…ghar pe behet aur so jaa…tere liye CT Final haar gaya tha
— dannyboy (@dannybehala) June 16, 2019
Ashwin didn’t mince his words while replying to the same. He bashed the user left, right and center, questioning his ethics. The veteran off-spinner wrote, “Your Engineering batch dint have an ethics paper?? “Oh sorry may be how to talk is taught at home”
Here is how Ashwin came up with a reply
Your Engineering batch dint have an ethics paper?? "Oh sorry may be how to talk is taught at home" https://t.co/HZZxmPys3Y
— Ashwin Ravichandran (@ashwinravi99) June 16, 2019