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Aakash Chopra Gave A Fitting Reply To Scott Styris For Calling Team India A ‘Lesser Side’

Aakash Chopra Gave A Fitting Reply To Scott Styris For Calling Team India A ‘Lesser Side’: After suffering a 10 wicket defeat Team India is currently looking forward to bring balance to the game by winning the second Test match that will begin from Saturday. However, the second test match, it will be tougher not just for the Indian cricket team but also for the New Zealanders as this time the pitch in Christchurch, as shared by the BCCI’s social media handles, is a challenge in itself.
Well, ahead of the second Test match, the Board of Control for Cricket (BCCI) via their official Twitter handle shared a picture of Hagley Oval pitch where the second and final Test of the ongoing two-match Test series between India and New Zealand will begin. However, while sharing the picture, BCCI took a dig at the Hagley Oval and wrote:
Spot the pitch ??#NZvIND”
Here, check out the Tweet:

Soon the picture was flooded with reactions from the Indian cricket fans, however, the best comment on the green top came from popular commentator and former cricketer Aakash Chopra who tagged Scott Styris and asked him where are the sheep. He wrote:
“Where are the sheep? @scottbstyris”
Here, check out the Tweet:

Soon, the Tweet caught the eyes of Scott Styris and he came up with a reply that would not go down well with any Indian cricket fan. Well, in his Tweet, Scott Styris called the Indian cricket team as “lesser side” and said that the pitch will bring India to the game. He wrote:
What’s the problem pal? You boys should be happy… they say a green or under prepared pitch brings the lesser side Into the game #2-0″
Here, check out his Tweet:

Aakash Chopra was quick to come up with a Tweet and trolled him like never before. He asked Scott to check the Test rankings first. He wrote:
“Lesser side??? Test Rankings please”
Here, check out the Tweet of Aakash Chopra:

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