Akash Chopra On Whether Anyone But India Will Celebrate One’s Individual Achievement Even If The Team Loses: Akash Chopra on whether anyone but India will celebrate one’s individual achievement even if the team loses; Social media has debunked old statements of ‘cricket analyst’
Former Indian player and cricket analyst Akash Chopra are now on air. His old tweets and statements have now come back to haunt him.
Chopra was asked on air by the fans whether it is possible to see any player celebrating their individual achievements even if the team loses, anywhere but in India.
‘Does any other country celebrate individual performances/performers (in a team game) as we do in India? Indian friends from all over the world have their say,’ Chopra’s tweet read.
Does any other country celebrate individual performances/performers (in a team game) as much as we do in India? #GenuineQuestion Indian friends across the globe please pitch in…
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) November 11, 2022
He asked this through Twitter after India’s defeat in the T20 World Cup.
But before this, Akash Chopra’s fans turned against him by raising statements and tweets praising the individual performances of the stars.
The fans are mainly asking that the duplicity of Akash Chopra, who has shared these types of statements and tweets earlier, is clear, and whether Akash Chopra has come up with such a question to protect any vested interests.
— Aryan (@Aryan91517546) November 11, 2022
Yai Sab Iska Double Standard Hai Bhai To Defend Rohit Sharma
— Piyush.. Bajrangbali Bhakat (@ShoriPiyush) November 11, 2022
Sir, Shuruvat aap hi karte ho commentary me Virat “The Run Machine” Kohli, Rohit “The Hitman” Sharma.. Etc… Pahile aap khud honest ho jao.
— Gaurav Ahire (@ghahire) November 11, 2022
Sir what was the experience batting with 16 yr old Virat Kohli, pls tell sir pic.twitter.com/hPGECO9qM0
— Adi (@WintxrfelIViz) November 11, 2022
India had to face a huge defeat in the India-England match held the other day. England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and sent India into bat.
In the match where the opening partnership failed again, India could not score much in the power play. Virat Kohli, who came out third, and Hardik Pandya, fifth, put up a fightable total, but it was not enough in front of England’s batting strength.
England had turned the match in their favor on the power play itself. In the end, England won without losing any wickets in 16 overs.
Captain Jos Buttler scored 80 runs and Alex Hales scored 86 runs for England.
The semi-final match of the World Cup is on November 13. England’s opponents are Pakistan in the match in Melbourne.