Indians, remember I warned you not to celebrate so much after defeating Australia at home: Former British captain’s tweet
Former British captain Kevin Pietersen made fun of the Indian team’s 227-run defeat to England in the first Test at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Tuesday, after which the visitors went 0-1 in a four-match series. Has taken the lead. India had recently chased down 328 runs in the fourth Test against Australia at Gabba, Brisbane. The Indian team became the first team to beat Australia in the field since the West Indies in 1988 and won four Tests. The series was named after 1-2.
Taking advantage of the occasion, 40-year-old Kevin Pietersen sent a tweet in Hindi in which he recalled India’s victory in the Test series in Australia.
Peterson tweeted, “Indians, remember I warned you not to celebrate so much after defeating Australia at home”. England had given India a difficult target of 420 to win. However, the hosts were bowled out for 192 in the second session of the last day, with skipper Virat Kohli leading the way with 72.
Opener Shabman Gul scored 50 but the Indian team’s James Anderson (3/17) reverse-swing skills and left-arm sniper Jack Leach (4/76) did not go one. This is England’s sixth consecutive victory on foreign soil.