Sri Lanka’s Alexander Brutally Trolled India & Turned His Comment Section Off !! Got Trolled Anyway

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A tweet of Daniel Alexander about team India’s performance in the ongoing T20 world cup tournament triggered Indian fans. He compared India’s 10 wicket loss and 8 wickets loss against Pakistan and New zealand respectively with the match where they got all out for 36 runs to humiliate the Kohli led team. In the quoted replies, many fans of team India trolled him and vented their frustration out at him.

Daniel Alexander, whose Twitter bio says that he is a “Proud” Sri lankan, is very much popular for degrading Indian cricket team. In a post which was posted in the morning of November 1, he wrote “India lost to Pakistan by 10 wickets and then lost to New Zealand by 8 wickets. 2 defeats, 18 wickets (2×18=36) as a tribute to their 36 all out against Australia. #Cricket” to humiliate team India.

Though Daniel turned his comments section off for the post, he got thrashed by Indian fans through quoted replies.

Dreams of team India winning the T20 world cup for the second time shattered after the Kohli led team faced a humiliating loss in their match against New Zealand. Cricket experts, fans, former cricketers and many others has been expressing their displeasure over the team which was expected to win the tournament.

India was put to bat by New Zealand after winning the toss. KL Rahul and Ishan Kishan opened for team India and Rohit Sharma came in as a one down batsman. None of these top order batsmen including Kohli and Pant played with 100 plus strike rate. As a result, the team was able to score just 110 runs in the 20 overs.

New Zealand effortlessly chased down the score in 14.3 overs and Sodhi was named as Man of the match for his bowling performance. “To be brutal upfront, I don’t think we were brave enough with bat/ball. We obviously didn’t have much to play with the ball. We were just not brave enough in our body language when we entered the field and NZ had better intensity, body language. Every time we took a chance, we lost a wicket. It’s most often a result of hesitation of whether you should go for a shot or not” Captain Virat Kohli said in the post match presentation.

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