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Amit Mishra severely trolled a Pakistani cricket fan

Former Indian cricketer Amit Mishra, who was renowned for a miraculous bowling performance when he played the game, is now well-known for his epic Twitter comments. Mishra frequently responds to Tweets that are critical of India or those that make fun of Indians.

On December 3, a cricket supporter from Pakistan attempted to make fun of MS Dhoni in a Tweet that stated, “To the Indian supporters who claim Pakistani batsmen can only play on flat surfaces. More test hundreds are away from Asia than MS Dhoni #PAKvENG, according to Yasir Shah.”

Amit Mishra’s Tweet

However, Amit Mishra gave them the taste of their own medicine with another amazing reply. Many Indians were angered by this Tweet and began bashing the fan.

“For Pakistan to win the World Cup, T20 World Cup, and Champions Trophy, it took three captains and 24 years. Within 7 years, MS Dhoni won each of the three.”

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Ramiz Raja, the head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), criticized the surface used for the first Test match against England, claiming that it is not a “good commercial for cricket” and that Pakistan is still in the “dark ages of pitch preparation.”

A world record of 506 runs was scored by England on the first day of the Test at the Rawalpindi pitch. It will take another season, according to Ramiz, before the pitches’ quality improves. He called the surface “embarrassing.”

During the lunch break on the second day of the Test, Ramiz was quoted  as saying, “It is embarrassing for us, especially when you have a cricketer as chairman.” “This is a poor way to promote cricket.

This is not the kind of cricketing nation we are,” stated by him. Since Ramiz assumed control of the PCB last year, the pitch condition has come under investigation.

Drop-in pitching would be introduced to Pakistan, he assured. Despite all the discussions, however, no progress has been made on this issue, and Ramiz has criticized the shipping charges from other nations as being expensive.

“The only scenario is a drop-in pitch in the end. Which, if we are bringing it from abroad, is very expensive. Instead, we are creating drop-in pitching soil here. Thus, depending on our preferences, we can prepare square turners or bouncy wickets,” stated by him.

“The problem is not with leaving grass on the field. In terms of optics, the grass appears to be good. In order to create bounce, the grass is not necessary, as is the case in Australian fields. There isn’t a lot of grass left on the field. In Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney, we hear various pitches.”

“In Pakistan, we still use pitches nowadays. In 50-over and T20 cricket, they are not exposed, but in Test cricket, they are. Teams did not come here because we were living in an apartheid environment.

“Players from Pakistan had competed in 70 Test matches prior to this one. We accomplished something by managing to survive. We hired a foreign curator after exhausting all other options. Despite the fact that batting like England’s on Day 1 is something I have never seen before, pitches are the lifeblood of cricket in a nation,” Raja stated.

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