Aakash Chopra and Vinod Kambli get into a Twitter brawl for 2 days. Find out who won

There was no personal issue between Aakash Chopra and Vinod Kambli. Still, their war of words went on for 2 days on social media

While Indian cricket team was busy playing Sri Lanka in the final Test match in Delhi, two former Indian cricketers got engaged in a Twitter war which stretched for two days. It all started when cricketer-turned-commentator Aakash Chopra and former Indian batsman Vinod Kambli had an argument over inducting Ajinkya Rahane at number 3 in the second innings in Delhi Test.

On the 4th day of the play, Rahane was sent to bat after Murali Vijay got out. Chopra took to his Twitter handle to appreciate Team India’s this move and wished Rahane could get some runs. He tweeted:

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Well, Kambli didn’t agree with Chopra and questioned how Rahane is going to score runs.

He tweeted:

But Chopra didn’t reply to Kambli’s question which prompted him to ask it again.

However, Chopra still chose not to respond to his question. Next day, the adamant Kambli posted on Chopra’s timeline raising the same question with an extra sentence saying: “our entire cricketing nation wants to know”.

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Almost a day later, Chopra replied and gave it back to Kambli in style. He tweeted,

That was indeed a smart answer from Mr Chopra but wasn’t enough to satisfy Kambli’s anxiety about how Rahane will score runs. So, he asked it again and this was with a happy face emoji!

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After enough of banter on the social media, Chopra turned out to the wiser one. He stopped this episode and said that the matter can be discussed on the phone.

This war of words between Chopra and Kambli ended somehow but Rahane’s streak of poor performance didn’t. He was dismissed after scoring just 10 runs in the second innings. He finished the three-Test series with mere 17 runs from five innings.

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India went on to win the series by 1-0 after the Delhi Test ended in a draw. The ODI series is going to start on December 10 in Dharamsala.