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PSL’s Franchise Islamabad United Tried To Troll Jasprit Bumrah But Got A Fitting Response From A Fan

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of people across the globe. The pandemic has made everyone emotionally and mentally stressed. In this crucial time, many prominent people, celebrities and influencers are taking to their social media to spread awareness about the Coronavirus in their own ways.

Recently, a franchise of Pakistan Super League (PSL) — Islamabad United also took to their social media in order to spread awareness about the disease, however, they came up with a distasteful tweet.

Well, Islamabad United via their official Twitter handle shared a picture of Jasprit Bumrah’s infamous no-ball from the final of the Champions Trophy 2017. During that match, Jasprit Bumrah had got Fakhar Zaman however, when the third umpire checked, it showed that the Indian pacer had overstepped.  Later, Fakhar Zaman went on to give a match-winning performance. Taking a dig at Jasprit Bumrah, Islamabad United wrote:

❗️ Don’t cross the line. It can be costly ❗️
Don’t leave your homes unnecessarily, MAINTAIN PHYSICAL DISTANCE but make sure your hearts remain close.
#UnitedAgainstCovid19″

Here, check out the Tweet of Islamabad United:

Soon the tweet went viral and obviously it didn’t go down well with the Indian cricket fans who slammed the Islamabad United left, right and center for their controversial tweet.

However, the best tweet came from a Twitter user with the username ‘Mr Cricket Expert’, who took a hilarious dig at Islamabad United for their tweet. ‘Mr Cricket Expert’ trolled Islamabad United by saying that everyone should stay inside and stay safe or they could face 5 years of prison.

Well, for the unversed, the Tweet came as a sly dig on Mohammad Amir, who was banned from international cricket for 5 years because of spot-fixing in the year 2010. He wrote:

“Stay Inside, Stay Safe or face 5 year prison”

Here, check out the Tweet of Jasprit’s fan:

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