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Twitter reacts to Rohit Sharma pointing finger at dressing room for his redemption act at slip

After dropping a catch off Mushfiqur Rahim in the first session, Rohit Sharma went back to the drawing board to practise slip catching with R Sridhar during lunch. That had a positive ripple effect as the opener took a catch at slip, after which he gestured to the dressing room for his success.
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newscricket5 days ago

Twitter reacts to Mayank Agarwal's positive response to Virat Kohli's double century instruction

Mayank Agarwal’s hunger for runs reaches new heights with every match and he put up an exhibition of storied batsmanship in Indore as well. When he reached 150 in a completely chanceless manner, Virat Kohli instructed him to play patiently for 200 and Agarwal responded with a thumbs up.
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newscricket5 days ago

Twitter reacts to Mayank Agarwal's chanceless hundred against Bangladesh

Mayank Agarwal scored the third hundred of his career as India completely dominated Bangladesh at Holkar. Agarwal's three-digit numbers strengthened India to be on top of Tigers in this ongoing Indore Test and Twitterati came forward to applaud his splendid effort that pulled India out of woods.
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newscricket5 days ago

Twitter reacts to “astonished” Mayank Agarwal angrily going for DRS to overturn on-field decision

India’s DRS decisions have mostly been on point lately but the confidence with which Mayank Agarwal went for one today beggar belief. Although he didn’t have a bat on the ball, he was really surprised at the umpire’s decision and didn’t waste time to go upstairs which eventually helped him stay.
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newscricket6 days ago

Twitter reacts to R Ashwin’s terrific slider leaving Mominul Haque’s stumps crashing

Ravichandran Ashwin had enough reason to vent his frustration when two catches were dropped off his bowling but he took the matter into his own hands than relying on someone else. His dismissal of Mominul Haque was an off-spinner’s delight as it crashed onto the stumps after holding the line.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts to Shahbaz Nadeem taking reflex catch after ball bounces off Anrich Nortje

It was a rather fitting end to the series as India blew South Africa to smithereens, dismissing the last two batsmen off 12 deliveries. However, it was ironic or funny - it depends on the side of the schism you stand - that the game ended with Ngidi giving a catch which lobbed off Nortje’s shoulder.
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newscricketa month ago

Legends and pundits react to South Africa's shambolic top order batting collapse

Another one-sided day's play today and it was much brighter than the last two days with South Africa's batting efforts gone worse as they were steamrolled by Indian pacers. The game was about to end today but de Bruyn and Nortje kept the innings alive to see Day 4 and Twitter reacted on the same.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts as Umesh Yadav sends Faf du Plessis back to hut with unplayable delivery

The South African batsmen have struggled in the ongoing tour to India not only against the spinners but also against the pacers. Their poor run was exploited today by Umesh Yadav as he bowled an amazing delivery to get rid of Faf du Plessis early on the third day of the third Test.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts as fan breaches security and "spears" Rohit Sharma in attempt to touch his feet

Many Indian cricket fans, in the past, have sneaked into the ground to get a piece of their favorite cricketer, be it Sachin Tendulkar or MS Dhoni. In one such occurrence today, a fan breached security and attempted to touch Rohit Sharma’s feet, but in the process, ended up flooring the opener.
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newscricketa month ago

Twitter reacts as South Africa get tormented by 'out of syllabus' Indian pacers

After all the spotlight being on South Africa's lack of ability to play the Indian spinners, it was ironically the pacers who led to their batters' downfall, scalping five of the six wickets to fall. The visitors were certainly taken aback by the pacers and the Twitterati trolled them for the same.
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