Stuart Broad got back at a fan for trying to troll him on Twitter. It seems that it has now become a habit for the users online to make fun of eminent personalities thinking that it is cool.
However, when the legends tend to fight back, life becomes tough for the trollers.
Stuart Broad did exactly the same when one of those little rabble-rousers tried to get under his skin.
The legend who dedicated his life to red-ball cricket was rewarded handsomely when he managed to wreck up 500 wickets, a figure that any bowler in the world dreams of.
In an Instagram post, he posted a picture of himself where the caption read that where was he headed? The gym or the bar? In response to that, an Indian tried to crack him up with a comment that said he is not as great as Indian spearhead, Jasprit Bumrah.
Keeping his head around him, Stuart Broad replied, “I love him and he is one of my favorites. I agree with you, but don’t need comparisons. Just enjoy good bowlers!”
Bumrah has been in phenomenal form right since his inception and he still continues to proliferate with intimidating figures against the best of batsmen.
In a span of just four years, Bumrah has snowballed himself into a star bowler and now is deemed as one of the most lethal options in the India and Mumbai ranks.
The most imperative part of his career has been his performances in the death overs. Once Zaheer stepped down from the Indian bowling line up, it was always a major concern for the Indian fans that who will take up his spot. Bumrah stepped up to the task in stunning fashion.
He will be taking the field in the upcoming IPL opener between Chennai and Mumbai which is all set to be convened on September 19th, 2020.
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