Days after former England captain Nasser Hussain known as out a fan for posting an outrageous submit in the course of the 2022 version of the World Cup, ex-New Zealand cricketer Danny Morrison has lashed out at a troll for spreading faux information on the microblogging website. Morrison, a well-known cricket commentator and ex-Kiwi cricketer, was furious with the troll, who used his title to share an objectionable tweet.
“I hope we see a Pakistan vs India final and Pakistan beat them. We all want justice against corrupt cricket mafia,” the fan used Morrison’s title whereas posting the tweet. Taking cognisance of the faux tweet on social media, Morrison was fast to hit again at the troll for deceptive the followers and followers of the sport in the course of the T20 World Cup 2022. “I’ve just seen this… absolute garbage!!!!.. so over this crap on social platforms,” Morrison talked about in his tweet.
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Morrison known as out the fan after Pakistan secured its berth within the ultimate of the T20 World Cup 2022 on Thursday. Shaheen Afridi emerged because the choose of the bowlers for Pakistan within the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). Afridi bagged the essential wickets of Finn Allen (4) and Kane Williamson (46) as New Zealand managed to submit 152-4 in 20 overs. In reply, Pakistan chased down the goal in 19.1 overs. Mohammad Rizwan (57) and Babar Azam’s 53-run knock of 42 balls powered Pakistan to a cushty 7-wicket win over final 12 months’s runners-up at the SCG.
“Thanks to the crowd. We feel like we’re playing at home. Got a good start with the first 6 overs with the ball. Later on the ball didn’t come on well. Fast bowlers finished well. We planned before going that we’ll utilise the powerplay. He’s a young guy and showing his aggression (Haris). He’s playing very well. We’re going to enjoy this moment. But at the same time have focus on the final,” Pakistan skipper Babar stated after the match.
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