Is It Ball-Tampering By ENG Or COVID Preventive Measures: Sehwag

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Sehwag Comments On Social Media On ENG vs IND Test Series
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Virender Sehwag is noted for his smart and hilarious tweets on social media. He continues to amuse the audience while also expressing his opinions on many cricket topics. Sehwag has been occupied with the current Test series involving England and India. He didn’t really miss the moments when England’s players retained the ball beneath their spikes on the fourth day of play during the 2nd Test at Lord’s. Here is Sehwag Comments On Social Media On ENG vs IND Test Series.

Sehwag Comments On Social Media On ENG vs IND Test Series

The ball was discovered beneath the England players’ shoes during the 2nd session, while Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara were batting effectively. Because they contain spikes, they have the ability to alter the red cherry’s state. Numerous images of the same have gone popular on social media, prompting even Aakash Chopra to wonder if the ball has been tampered with.

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Sehwag also poked fun at England’s on-field antics, wondering whether they’re doing any COVID preventative measures like keeping the ball beneath their shoes.“Yeh kya ho raha hai. Is it ball-tampering by Eng ya covid preventive measures,” Sehwag’s tweet read.

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Similarly, England pacer Stuart Broad saw the photos and decided to comment on them. One of the spectators wondered why the umpires didn’t act and why the ball wasn’t replaced. In response to the tweet, Broad clarified that the ball will not be changed until it is damaged. He also didn’t believe the red cherry must be changed after a six.

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Broad also has been supporting his teammates, claiming that it wasn’t their objective, and has urged one of the Twitter users to view the entire video.

In terms of the contest, it’s fairly balanced, with India bouncing back from severe blows in the 2nd innings. With India’s advantage approaching 100 runs, Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara have batted admirably, but they have been too sluggish.

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