Respect is mutual, and when it comes to cricket, it is all that matters to restrict the conflicts. Well, from the very beginning, we very well know the ethics of Australian team. The things about sledging and bad-conduct morale, they are one of the most hated for some reasons.
It seems that the upcoming ODI rivals are trying to prove it now and again. Australian journo’s latest tweet on Indian players is all that says so. He went saying, “Sweepers clean the stadium in readiness for the World XI match”, to this tweet, he added the picture of Skipper Virat Kohli sweeping, the picture also features other Indian players just behind the captain.
Sweepers clean the stadium in readiness for the World XI match pic.twitter.com/QWzzW13OFc
— Worldennis XI (@DennisCricket_) September 12, 2017
This is not the first time so far, earlier, Australian media during the test series made the Indian captain on headlines in Australian newspapers and media agencies for various reasons.
Coming to the current post, the picture was actually clicked last year when Kohli was cleaning the cricket stadium as part of a promotional move for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. This post in which he called Kohli ‘sweeper’ has led to fans’ uproar on the twitter handle.
This journo is now facing the wrath of netizens, check out the tweets below:
And there is a team worse than sweepers… pic.twitter.com/rDnJRwO0gt
— Uday KASOJU (@Uday_kasoju) September 12, 2017
— 👔 (@theninama) September 12, 2017
Yeh kohli Ka salary hai Pakistan or Australia Ka GDP 😂😂😂😂
— Prateek Bagree (@Praty_b) September 12, 2017
Have some respect, cricket ko b politics jesa ganda na banao!
— Superna Batheja🇵🇰 (@SupernaBatheja) September 12, 2017
atleast he is cleaning the place that had made him what he is today,u should also clean "Your mind"so that u can create something creative
— Bhoomika (@bhoomisandhir13) September 12, 2017
— chetan98 (@nightmarechetan) September 12, 2017
— Khürråm (@1_PAK) September 12, 2017
U know hw much is earning of @imVkohli dat he can purchase this stadium n keep u sweeper over there n also pay u more dan ur current package
— DEEPAK SARAF (@1frm90Migration) September 12, 2017
— Rohan Jaiswal (@RJaz230) September 13, 2017
India is now going to play a 5 ODI series against Australia. The first match is scheduled at Chennai on 17th September.