There is a series of tweets overflowing on the social network platform Twitter about India vs Australia 4th Test match. Hard luck to Australians as they are feeling the heat of losing the 4th Test as well the series itself 2-1. Most probably this is the result expected to come out by tomorrow Day 4 of the test match. Unless Australia does something incredible to bowl out India cheaply, they aren’t gonna level the series.
As of now, the victory is progressing towards India with a target of 87 runs with all the ten wickets in hand. Cricket fans have been pushing out millions of tweets from the day 1 of the test match. Since the result is clearly visible to all, twitter began to troll the sledgers. One main troll even given by one of our Indian cricket is making many waves on the Twitter.
When Jadeja was batting with Saha for the 1st innings, Wade and co was sledging Jadeja and even exchanged a few words. Australians couldn’t feel less heat since Jadeja was taking India to a leading position along with the tail enders. After day 3 play, when asked about what has been exchanged with Wade. The Indian all-rounder replied, “I was just telling Wade, that we will catch up for Dinner after you lose the match”. Thug Life Jadeja. HaHa.
Check out the series of tweets revolving on Twitter about India vs Australia.
— BCCI (@BCCI) March 27, 2017
Media – What was the chat b/w u & Wade?
Jadeja – I was telling him we'll catch up later for dinner after you lose the match. #IndvAus
— Vishaal Loganathan (@vishaal_CB) March 27, 2017
Sehwag would have asked the captain to take the extra half an hour today and finish this off. #IndvAus
— cricBC (@cricBC) March 27, 2017
All rounders -this Test season
Runs + Wkts
556 + 71 R Jadeja
464 + 82 R Ashwin
656 + 29 Shakib
473 + 21 Moeen Ali
473 + 19 B Stokes#IndvAus
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) March 27, 2017
India Needs 87 Runs To Win.
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) March 27, 2017
— Bhuvneshwar Kumar (@BhuviOfficial) March 27, 2017
Umesh Yadav has taken 17 wickets at 23.41 apiece in this series. All the Australia quicks average over 30. UMESH 2.o #IndvAus
— Ravi Maestri (@ravimaestri) March 27, 2017