Dennis Freedman, who is a well-known cricket journalist from Australia is infamous for his posts and tweets on social media, where he is often seen making insulting remarks about India and Indian cricketers, leaves no stone unturned to appease his followers from Pakistan and often crosses the line while talking about Indians.
However, this time he took a dig at former Pakistani cricketer and commentator Ramiz Raja for his unique style of commentary in an epic way. In his Facebook post, Dennis Freedman trolled Ramiz Raza by sharing his recent statement on Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Tests match. Dennis wrote:
“More will switch because of your commentary jaani.”
Here, check out the Facebook post:
More will switch because of your commentary jaani.
For the unversed, Pakistan was recently up against Zimbabwe for a T20I series and won the series on their soil. The T20I series was followed by a two-match Test series where Pakistan has already taken a lead of 1-0 in the game and is about to win the second game.
However, seems like Ramiz Raja wasn’t impressed with the game as he said that the two-match Test series between the two nations was a poor advertisement of the longest format of the game. He had said:
“Some people are of the opinion that when a weak team plays a strong one, you need to focus on what you learn from it rather than the outcome of the match. You learn from the stronger team’s process and the way it adapts to the changing situation of a game. But I don’t think Zimbabwe learned anything from this series because they were continuously dominated by Pakistan. Also, there was no difference in their performance in the second Test as compared to the first one.”
“Such mismatch series should not take place. Test cricket is already under pressure and very few people watch it. If you show them such one-sided matches, then they will switch to watching football or other sports. Three-day Test match is a joke,”