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An Indian Cricket Fan Gave A Fitting Reply To Australia’s Tall Claims

An Indian Cricket Fan Gave A Fitting Reply To Australia’s Tall Claims: The final showdown of the ongoing 4-match Test series is now knocking at the door of day 5 of the Brisbane Test match after the rain cut shortened the game on day 4. The ongoing series is leveled at 1-1, Day 5 of the fourth Test match will decide the outcome of the series and who will lift the prestigious Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

While tension is increasing in both the camps, but on the other hand, several cricketers and pundits believe that more pressure will be on Australia since their pride related to their fortress The Gabba will be at stake. For the unversed, Australia hasn’t lost a Test at The Gabba since 1988 and India has never won a Test at the venue.

However, tables can turn on Day 5, if Indian batsmen are able to make full of their abilities. Even if rain gods decide to spoil the game, it will also turn in favor of India.

While the ‘Gabba fortress’ has become one of the most discussed topics on social media, an Indian cricket fan has given a fitting reply to everyone. The Indian fan with the username ‘CricB’ took to their twitter and wrote a fitting reply, explaining how India has lost only 4 tests at home in the last 10 decades.

He also took a dig at Australia and England for keeping a proud record at certain venues, while India has a record of not losing any Test match anywhere in India. The fan wrote:

All this Gabba fortress talk in Australia sounds cute when you think that India has lost just four Tests at home in the last decade. That’s four Tests lost in 18 Test series. Yea, we have a fortress too, it’s called “Anywhere the fuck you play in India”.

The Twitter user added:

At some venues like Delhi and Kanpur, where we haven’t lost a Test since 1980s, we consider it an insult if the Test goes to Day 5. Australia and England keep harping about “proud record” at certain venues. Tell it to other teams, not us.”

Here, check out the tweet:

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