Twitter reacted over India’s loss against Sri Lanka
Twitter reacted over India’s loss against Sri Lanka: Minutes after India lost against Sri Lanka, the Indian team was trending on Twitter. People were disappointed and put the team under the radar. Some were disappointed with Rishab’s poor wicket-keeping in the last ball. Some were questioning Rohit Sharm’s Captaincy. Many Indian team fans were seen missing Former Captain MS Dhoni.
However, people appreciated Arshdeep’s last efforts to save the match. Just like the last match in the Asia Cup against Pakistan, Arshdeep’s over was replayed. With only 7 runs to defend in the last over, he took the game to 2 runs off 2 balls. Sri Lanka scored 2 runs with 1 ball remaining, but efforts put in by Arshdeep have impressed critics and fans.
Memes and tweets against Rohit’s Captaincy
Fans were seen questioning his lineup. They asked why DK was not in the Playing XI instead of Rishab Pant. While questions were also arising on why Hooda was not given bowling despite being Playing XI.
A Twitter user @akshaykumar2022 wrote ” Rohit became the first captain to lose the Asia Cup in T20 Format.
Another Twitter user @BluntIndiangal wrote ” India under Rohit Sharma Captaincy failed to defend 173 and 182 in back-to-back games. We are almost out of the Asia Cup 2022.
Twitterati were all praises for Arshdeep last over effort
A Twitter user @imsagnik12 wrote ” Yes India lost, but still Arshdeep deserves appreciation. The way he bowled the last over is really impressive. Very sad to Bhuvi, it’s hard to imagine that India would not qualify for the finals. Hope for the best. ”
Another user @gurkiratsgill says ” India might have lost, but Arshdeep was outstanding in the last overs
He has bowled like someone with years of experience not like someone who is 10 matches old in International cricket. He has skill and temperament.
Some people were seen remembering the former Indian Skipper who defended 2 runs off 2 balls against Bangladesh in the world cup. He managed to pull similar victories many times over the years.