Cricketers are out of the pitch as cricket is on a standstill. This forced break has provided lots of time to the cricketers to get involved in posting different stuff on social media and trolling other cricketers. Recently the point of the target was Ravi Bopara who got savagely trolled by star cricketers Kumar Sangakkara and Kevin Pietersen together.
Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, the cricketers across the globe are very much active on social media, this has led the fans to witness epic banter between their favorite cricketing stars and former England batsman Kevin Pietersen is always at the forefront of this banter. Kevin Pietersen got a partner in crime in Sri Lanka legend cricketer Kumar Sangakkara who is participating with him in the banter trolling sessions of other cricketers. Former England all-rounder cricketer Ravi Bopara shared a picture of himself from his younger days on twitter which made him the point of a target for trolling.
The Ex-England all-rounder captioned the picture, “Look how fat I was,” adding a ‘donut’ emoji to the post. And then followed a complete massacre of Bopara as Kumar Sangakkara and Kevin Pietersen along with few others came on board to hilariously trolling him. The SriLankan superstar started trolling with a brutal response. And you still are”, wrote Sangakkara.
Replying to the former Sri Lanka Captain’s comment, Pietersen said, “Exactly. Nothing’s changed”. This comment was followed by a laughing emoji by Kumar Sangakkara. Former England Women’s team cricketer and current commentator, Isha Guha joined the banter fun, responding to Sangakkara’s savage reply with an “Ouch”. Former Australia all-rounder Tom Moody too couldn’t resist himself away from the banter commenting on Ravi Bopara’s picture by saying, “Must be the light or the angle mate!”.
The England and Wales Cricket Board announced last week that the start of the 2020 season had been pushed back again until July exactly three months after the originally scheduled start date. Attends will be made to reschedule International fixtures for the period from July until the end of September, including the West Indies Test tour of England which was scheduled to commence in June.