Fans Are Slamming Australian Cricketer Alyssa Healy After She Took A Jibe At Team India

Indian cricket fans are trolling Australian cricketer Alyssa Healy, who took a dig at the Indian cricket team after reports emerged that the Indian cricket team is not at all happy with the facilities provided to them at the hotel they are staying in Brisbane.

As per the reports issued by TOI, the Indian contingent talked about the hotel highly and termed the quarantine life at the hospital as a ‘prison for all practical purposes.’ As per the Indian contingent, the quarantine situation has also forced the Indian players to be in desperate situations such that they will have to clan their own rooms and even toilets as well.

Following India’s complaint about the restrictions imposed on them, Australian women’s cricketer and the wife of Australian pacer, Mitchell Starc, Alyssa Healy, stirred controversy as she took a dig at the Indian cricket team.

Healy took to her social media and claimed that the Australian and New Zealand’s women’s teams were also quarantined in the same hotel last year and they survived. She wrote:

“the Aus and NZ women’s teams did their quarantine in the same hotel last year. Here’s a shock – we survived….”

Here, check out the Tweet:

The tweet went viral in no time and was enough for the Indian fans to be raged as fans came down hard on Alyssa Healy. Fans are slamming Alyssa left, right and center and have also dragged her husband and cricketer Mitchell Starc.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

Popular commentator Harsha Bhogle also took to his Twitter and gave a sensible reply to the Australian cricketer. He wrote:

Trent, Alyssa, my feeling is that these are quotes picked out of a larger conversation. Everyone is on edge and I think the key is what they were promised versus what they were delivered. These are stressful times for everyone. Let us all cut each other some slack.”

Here, check out the tweet:

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