Mr. Dennis Freedman, a cricket journalist from Australia, is infamous on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, for his insulting remarks about India and Indian cricketers. Dennis, who made a documentary on cricket in Pakistan, leaves no stone unturned to appease his followers from Pakistan and often crosses the line while talking about Indians.
In the past, Dennis has said many insulting things about the Indian captain Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and other Indian cricketers, just to appease his followers from Pakistan.
Recently, Dennis Freedman took to Twitter and posted a very insulting about India’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant. Pant is one of India’s most exciting young batsmen and he has made a huge name for himself in a very short career so far. He has scored Test hundreds in Australia and England and impressed one and all with his fearless stroke=making even in the most crunch situations.
Rishabh Pant was one of India’s main heroes in the recently concluded Test series against Australia, in which he played a match-winning innings on the final day of the last Test match, and won the series for India.
But, Dennis Freedman, being the petty person that he has become to impress his Pakistani followers, posted a very derogatory tweet for Pant after he missed a stumping chance in the first Test of the ongoing series between India and England.
After the ICC gave Rishabh Pant ‘ICC Men’s Player Of The Month’ award, jealous Dennis Freedman made fun of his wicketkeeping and wrote:
“A bit generous referring to him as a wicketkeeper though. Rishab couldn’t catch COVID in Wuhan.”
We advise Dennis Freedman to focus on cricket and leave petty politics away if he wants to call himself a “journalist”. He shouldn’t cross the line while saying things in the name of humor.