If the Australian media diving into the entire Border-Gavaskar trophy was not enough, Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland has nosedived into it and has said that Indian skipper Virat Kohli does not know how to spell ‘sorry’. The series is well poised and all eyes are on the decider which is just 48 hours to go. The series is locked at 1-1.
Here is how the Indian media would like to counter you:
Did Australian media spell SORRY after they called Sachin Tendulkar a liar over his statement on the ‘Monkeygate row’?
Did the Australian media spell SORRY after they lately drew parallel of the the Indian genius Virat Kohli to U.S President Donald Trump?
Did the Oz media spell SORRY on Steven Smith’s behalf after his brain faded?
After all of this, how do you Mr. Sutherland have the audacity to say that, have you picked up the OZ MEDIA syndrome?
In a recent interview James tried to be fake when he said, “After the end of this long and cut-throat series, lets hope the boys from both teams get together and have a bit of a laugh. I know they are going to spend a lot of time together in the IPL, so I am sure if it doesn’t happen after Dharamsala Test, it will happen during the IPL.”
On all of this that the Australian media has done, Sunil Gavaskar has stepped forward and said, “We should not bother too much about the Australian media and what they write as they are an extension of their cricket team’s support staff. The focus now should shift to cricket from off-the-field issues.”
Even Mitchell Johnson and Ian Healy lambasted the Indian captain over his conduct on the field, but do they have the right to, after all they cheat, nothing less than what Pakistan does.