Friday, 22 Jan, 12.24 am The Indian Print

Babul Supriyo had told 'the killer of cricket', 'injured lion' Hanuma Vihari has now given this answer

Indian batsman Hanuma Vihari believes that going forward, his cricketing career will be known for his innings played in the Sydney Test against Australia. In Australia, the third Test of the Border Gavaskar Trophy was played in Sydney, in which Australia's victory was decided on the fourth day. However, the brilliant innings of Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin drew the match. During the first innings of this test match, BJP MP Babul Supriyo had targeted Hanuma Vihari for his slow batting. Hanuma Vihari first talked about his tweet and explained what was the reason behind his reply.

Hanuma Vihari stated the reason for answering

Babul Supriyo tweeted that Hanuma Vihari was the killer of cricket due to slow batting in the first innings of Sydney Test. In response to this, Hanuma Vihari trolled and trolled him by writing the correct spelling of his name. Talking to the Indian Express , Hanuma said, 'Everyone loves cricket and everyone has a different thinking about it. There is no problem in this, but it is not right to make personal comments about anyone. I do not pay attention to such statements nor take them to heart. Most of the time, one does not answer such things. I responded to Babul Supriyo's tweet because I wanted him to write my name correctly.

Babul Supriyo said that the killer of cricket

Supriyo had said, 'Hanuma Vihari played 109 balls to score 7 runs. This is very little. Hanuma Vihari has not only eliminated the possibility of India's historic victory, but has also killed cricket. Hanuma Vihari had hamstring injury in the second innings despite which he played an unbeaten innings of 23 off 161 balls and drew the match. After this, Hanuma Vihari wrote a spelling of his name in English while replying to Babul Supriyo's tweet, which was written incorrectly in Babul Supriyo's tweet.

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