The well-known Indian commentator and former cricketer Aakash Chopra is highly active on social media nowadays. Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic, he is busy in connected with cricket world through the Internet platform. Meanwhile, a fan posted an old video of Aakash Chopra wicket in which Brett Lee took him with a yorker. Following, former Indian cricketer returned with an attempt to troll Australian speedster.
Final Test Match, Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), India’s Tour Of Australia 2003
The final Test match of the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), during India’s 2003 Australian tour, turned out to be one of the most memorable ones for various exclusive events. This match was the last match of the Australian skipper Steve Waugh’s test career. And also legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar scored his career-best score 241*. This knock from Sachin was special because of an epic reason. Actually, did not play a single cover drive throughout his innings. There he proved his patience and also proving to be an inspirational lesson for one and all. Before this, in the earlier matches of the series, Sachin was repeatedly getting dismissed while playing the cover drive, for which he was famous for.
In the same match, at Sydney Cricket Ground, Aakash Chopra, after scoring brilliant 45 runs knock, got dismissed with a stunning yorker from Australian speedster Brett Lee.
Recently, the video of Aakash Chopra wicket has been shared by a fan on the Twitter handle. The video of the dismissal started doing rounds on Twitter when it got the attention of socially active Chopra. Actually, Chopra returned with an attempt to troll Australian speedster Brett Lee.
Here is the video of Aakash Chopra wicket
Ind v Aus, 2 Jan 2004, SCG
— The Cricket Wire (@TheCricketWire) July 2, 2020
The well-known commentator retweeted the post and wrote, “I’ve seen this a thousand times…played it in my head the same number of times too. Unfortunately, for the exact same result. Why waste such a good delivery on me?? Should’ve saved it for @sachin_rt….I got out, he walked in and we know what happened next. 241*”
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Here is Chopra’s Tweet
I’ve seen this a thousand times…played it in my head same number of times too. Unfortunately, for the exact same result. 🙈😐 @BrettLee_58, why waste such a good delivery on me?? Should’ve saved it for @sachin_rt….I got out, he walked in and we know what happened next. 241*🤗 https://t.co/h3taE4zBpO
— Wear a Mask. Stay Safe, India (@cricketaakash) July 2, 2020