Sri Lankan Journalist Trolled Ravi Ashwin And Got Slammed By Indians

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Indians have been swept up in a wave of happiness and joy after the historic win by India’s Neeraj Chopra yesterday at the ongoing Toky Olympics 2020. Neeraj Chopra created history as he became the first gold medalist of India in the ongoing Tokyo Olympics 2020. The track and field athlete registered a best attempt of 87.58 to defeat the Czech Republic duo of Jakub Vadlejch and Vitezslav Vesely to create a history.

Indian was already riding high on euphoria after a strong performance by the men’s and women’s hockey teams after decades. However, Neeraj’s historic win in the javelin with a throw of 87.58m was something that none of the Indians have ever seen before.

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Soon after, Neeraj won the gold medal, wishes started pouring in for him from all the corners. While the whole country is celebrating the historic win of Neeraj Chopra, on the other hand, a Sri Lankan cricket fan took a dig at Indian bowlers and stole all the unnecessary attention.

Well, a Sri Lankan cricket named Daniel Alexander, who is very active on social media and is infamous for his tweets against Indian cricketers, took this as an opportunity to take a dig at Indian bowlers. In his tweet, he tried to troll Indians bowlers including the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Ravi Ashwin, and Harbhajan Singh for their bowling actions.

He wrote how Indians are celebrating one Javelin thrower when they have got players like Ashwin, Bumrah, and Harbhajan. He wrote:

“Surprised to see lndia celebrating one javelin thrower which isn’t new for them, when they’ve got the likes of Harbhajan, Ashwin and Bumrah who are doing javelin throw for years. If you know, you know. #NotCricket”

Here, check out the Tweet:

His tweet didn’t go down well with the Indian fans, who are now trolling him left, right, and center for his insulting tweet.

Here, check out how Indian fans are trolling Daniel Alexander. Have a look: