‘Karma’ as ICC mocks English fans for booing Steve Smith

ICC mocks English fans for booing Steve Smith

England’s crowd has always been on top of making fun of the celebrities who have committed a crime by mistake. They have always displayed a rude behaviour towards them. Same is the case with Steve Smith and David Warner. They were banned from playing international cricket for 1 year and had to face a lot of criticism regarding ball-tampering case.  Whereas, both of them have proved the reason why they are considered the number 1 batsmen of the world.

Specially, Steve Smith has displayed superhuman batting skills after his return in the ongoing Ashes series as he scored century in almost every innings. He did not play the third test match as the ball from the fastest pacer hit him at the time Jofra Archer. However, when he returned, he displayed his fabulous skills and scored a double century in the 1st innings of the test match.

ICC mocks English fans for booing Steve Smith

ICC makes fun of the English crowd:

The International Cricket Council, in their latest tweet redefined the meaning of the word ‘Karma’. This time the ICC made fun of the English fans as a spectator was wearing a mask of Steve Smith’s crying face that was captured in the press conference last year. Smith took the English bowlers on the charge and scored freely against them.

Steve Smith is having an exceptional series of ashes and still one more test match is left. He is now focused on breaking a record that is held by the ex-Australian legend Sir Don Bradman. The record is of the most runs scored by a batsman in an Ashes series. Steve Smith has the calibre to do so as he is in the form of his life. He has accomplished the first task by retaining the Ashes series for Australia and now he focuses onto his personal record.

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