England Cricketer Is Getting Trolled For Calling Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni ‘Disgraces”: England’s leg-spinner Matthew Parkinson, recently his debut cap ahead of the first ODI of the three-match series between England and South Africa. The cricketer has created a stir on social media after a few old Tweets that were resurfaced on social media.
Mathew Parkinson has found himself at the receiving end of trolling and bashing from the Indian cricket fans after his few old tweets went viral on social media, where he can be seen calling out on Indian cricketers MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli. As soon as the insulting tweets went viral, the Indian fans started trolling him left, right and center.
Though Parkinson has now deleted most of his Tweets but the screenshots of his deleted tweets are making rounds on the Internet and are leaving the Indian fans fuming in anger.
From terming Virat Kohli as ‘arrogant’ to calling MS Dhoni a ‘disgrace’, Mathew Parkinson Tweets are no less than a verbal attack on the Indian cricketers. Here, check out the deleted Tweets of Parkinson:
In some of the tweets shocking jibe at the Indian domestic circuit as he said that India’s all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has three triple tons but can’t bat. Insulting the batting skills of Ravindra Parkinson wrote:
“Shows the awful standard of Indian first-class cricket that Ravi Jadeja has 3 triple centuries and can’t bat,”
The screenshots of the deleted tweets are going viral. Here, check out the Tweets”
Twitterati are fuming in anger and are giving it back to him for his tweets. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
Parkinson deleted his tweet about Virat 🤣
— Where's the 44th? (@Kohlify) February 5, 2020
Matt Parkinson deleted about 3000 tweets. Was 7700 when checked last time.visited again and now at 4500 😂😂😂
— Parshva (@spidernoir99) February 5, 2020
🤝🏽 Deleting tweets 🤝🏽
Four Over Throwspic.twitter.com/cWIhbACR7i
— BrainFaden Smith (@brainfademyth3) February 5, 2020
Matt Parkinson trying to understand why this is happening to him: pic.twitter.com/7Elz6cTOqx
— Alagappan V (@IndianMourinho) February 5, 2020