New Delhi: India defeated England by 10 wickets in the third match of the four-match series played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. After this match, England’s team is being mocked everywhere. Meanwhile, England men’s team opener Rory Burns took on Twitter to face female cricketer Alex Hartley of his own country.
Hartley made fun
After losing in just two days in England’s second Test match, female cricketer Alex Hartley has made fun of the English men’s team players. Hartley said in a tweet, ‘England’s men’s team a good effort. Tonight they finished the match before the England women’s team started the match.
Burns gave the answer
Responding to this tweet by Hartley (Alex Hartley), Burns said, ‘Bad thinking, that too keeping in mind that we always support the women’s team. However, Burns later deleted his tweet. Hartley then gave another clarification, in which he wrote, in which he wrote, ‘I think it has been taken the wrong way. I did not want to hurt anyone. We are all fans of Test matches.
Think it’s been taken the wrong way / out of context. No offence was meant. We are all test match fans pic.twitter.com/NIJU8QM2Xi
– Alexandra Hartley (@ AlexHartley93) February 25, 2021
The team’s head coach Chris Silverwood said the matter had been resolved. Whereas an ECB spokesperson told The Guardian, ‘We are aware of the influence of famous people on social media. We have made Rory Burns realize what his responsibilities are.
India won the match in two days
India defeated England by 10 wickets in the third Test match played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. India did this match in its name in just two days. In this match, England won the toss and decided to bat first and their first innings was reduced to 112 runs.
In response, India also managed to score only 145 runs in the first innings. England’s condition looked worse in the second innings and their entire team was all out for only 81 runs. India won just 49 runs to win this match, which they achieved without losing any wickets. India is now ahead 2–1 in this series.