A veteran player of Team England takes a cheeky dig at the Australian media

Stuart Broad, the fast bowler of the England cricket team, took a cheeky dig at the Australian media for their reporting on his teammate Ollie Robinson. Australia pulled off an amazing two-wicket win over England in the first Ashes Test, and the Australian media were quick to criticise Robinson for giving a send-off to Usman Khawaja. The headlines read in the Australian Media, "No. 1 villain Ollie Robinson has learned his fate over an expletive-laden send-off to Usman Khawaja." Fast bowler Stuart Broad took to Twitter after the match to take a shot at the media reports with a rather cheeky comment about the situation.

As he tweeted, "No. 1 Villain?!" I can't have lost that tag already, can I? Disappointing."

The captain of the England cricket team, Ben Stokes,' decision to declare their first inning backfired as Australia won the first Ashes Test by 2 wickets to go 1-0 in the series. Stokes defied convention by declaring on the opening day that England were 393-8 in their first innings, with Joe Root batting on 118.


Jun 22, 2023 12:44 PM