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Social Media Reacts To Fifth Test Cricket Match Being Cancelled

Former India cricketer Rahul Dravid’s promotion of a Mastercard installment application, which shows ‘The Wall’ blowing a gasket while struck in a tight spot and tossing espresso on a lady’s vehicle window, has by and by turned into a web sensation after the fifth and last Test among India and England at Old Trafford was dropped on Friday.

Fans React To Cancelled Match 

The match was canceled because of the Indian players’ hesitance to play it following rise of a new Covid-19 positive case after group collaborator physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar had tried positive a couple of days after lead trainer Ravi Shastri, bowling trainer Bharat Arun and handling mentor R Sridhar had tried positive for the viral infection.

The promotion including an angry Dravid was all around the social media with fans posting a collection of a furious previous batsman venting out his outrage on the guiding haggle furious signals at individuals caught in trouble.

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A fan expressed, “When you are hanging tight for fifth Test and it gets deferred” and posted the arrangement of a furious Rahul Dravid, which got a huge number of preferences and once again tweets.

Social Media Overflows With Dissatisfaction Of Cricket Fans

Social media was overflowed with many images and messages which summarized the dissatisfaction of the cricket fans.

“(Jimmy) Anderson is 39! The following time England and India will play a test series will perhaps be 2024 or 2025. This is the last time the GOATs Anderson and Kohli will confront one another. We need the fifth test match to occur,” encouraged a fan.

Anderson and Kohli have had in excess of a couple of engagements during the series which have hoarded features.

Another fan likewise posted an image of Anderson and Kohli having a go at one another, subtitling it “End of contention!!”

Another fan requested activity against mentor Ravi Shastri and captain Virat Kohli who go to a book dispatch at a London lodging outside their air pocket and apparently gotten the infection. “Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli ought to be addressed brutally by @BCCI: Why the two of them went to the book dispatch in UK without gaining freedom from ECB? It was obviously break of air pocket and Covid standards. Disgrace: Both ought to be sacked quickly,” a fan tweeted.

“Also, if the BCCI discovers a break or breaks of the bio-secure convention, what disciplinary move will it make against those capable? The Indian players were totally right in enlisting their reluctance to take the field for the compromised Manchester Test,” composed another fan.