Jaydev Unadkat Mocked Mushfiqur Rahim On Twitter After The U19 World Cup Final: Team India was defeated by Bangladesh’s U19 cricket team in the just concluded U19 World Cup by 3 wickets (and with 23 balls remaining). It was a historic win for the U19 cricket team as they took the U19 trophy home for the first time ever in the history of cricket.
The ‘Tiger Cubs’ fought really well to win their maiden world cup and even with such a low target, Bangladesh’s cricket team gave a tough competition to team India until finally, they turned the tables for their side.
Akbar Ali, the skipper of Bangladesh’s cricket team held the game tight and kept the hopes alive for their side. Akbar with the help of Parvez Hossain Emon helped Bangladesh overcome the 170-run target with 23 balls to spare.
Soon after Bangladesh’s cricket team won the world cup, social media was flooded with amazing reactions from the cricket fans, who couldn’t stop gushing on Bangladesh’s historic win.
Indian cricketer Jaydev Unadkat also joined the bandwagon as he took to his Twitter to congratulate Bangladesh’s U19 cricket team. He showered praises on the team but also didn’t shy away from taking a hilarious dig at the senior Bangladesh cricketer, Mushfiqur Rahim.
Well, Jaydev Unadkat mocked Mushfiqur Rahim for his pre-mature celebration against India in the 2016 World T20 semi-final, where they actually lost the match to India by one run. Mocking Mushfiqur Rahim for his pre-mature celebration, Jaydev Unadkat heaped praises on Bangladesh’s U19 team’s skipper Akbar Ali for not celebrating before winning the match. He wrote:
“Well done Bangladesh for winning the U-19 World Cup! Read about how they worked to build this team since the last 2 years.. good for their future and for the game in whole! Also loved how their captain did not celebrate before actually winning the match.. learning from seniors,”
Here, check out his Tweet:
Well done Bangladesh for winning the U-19 World Cup! Read about how they worked to build this team since the last 2 years.. good for their future and for the game in whole! Also loved how their captain did not celebrate before actually winning the match.. learning from seniors ?
— Jaydev Unadkat (@JUnadkat) February 9, 2020