Suhel Seth Trolls Team India In The Most Hilarious Way

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Suhel Seth Trolls Team India In The Most Hilarious Way: The Men in Blue’s campaign in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021 has been disastrous so far. After suffering a humiliating 10-wicket defeat against arch-rivals Pakistan in their opening clash, team India failed to make a comeback and lost their second fixture against New Zealand by 8-wickets.

However, Virat Kohli’s men could only score 110 runs in Dubai which was shot down in 14.3 overs by New Zealand. Their performance against the Kiwis was nothing but a deja vu of Pakistan’s clash, where team India scored 151 runs and badly lost the game by 10 wickets.

Meanwhile, ever since India lost the match to New Zealand, social media has been buzzing with tweets and posts from the netizens. While several former cricketers, experts, pundits, and fans are criticizing the performance of team India, on the other hand, there are many who have moved on from the defeat and came out in support of team India in this difficult time.

Among many, Suhel Seth, one of the leading Indian businessmen and cricket pundits, took to Twitter and trolled the Indian cricket team with a hilarious tweet. Suhel Seth, who is known for giving his expert view on stories related to the environment, sports, Bollywood, and politics came up with a hilarious tweet, taking a dig at India’s low scores of 151 (against Pakistan) and 111 (against New Zealand). He wrote:

“Ind vs Pak – 151
Ind vs Nzl – 111
Cricket khelne gaye hain ya shaadi mein shagun daalne..”

Here, check out the Tweet:

The back-to-back defeats have also hampered the chances of India qualifying for the semi-finals to a great extent. Team India is now very unlikely to qualify for the semis but there’s still some hope left, also depending upon the fate of the other teams.

India is currently sitting at fifth place behind Namibia in Group 2 of the Super 12s and to make matters even worse, India has a net run rate (NRR) of -1.609.  India needs nothing more than a miracle to qualify for the semi-finals.