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ICC Trolls England Fans, Twitter Asking Whether The Account Hacked

England fans have brutally trolled the former skipper. And now when Australia has retained the series, a tweet from ICC trolled back England fans.

In the Fourth Test match of the ongoing Ashes, Australia has thrashed the hosts by 185 runs to retain the Ashes title. Steve Smith, who is making a come back after the ban, has played the extra-ordinary game throughout the series. And it is a dream come back for the veteran player Steve Smith. However, in the early stage of the series, England fans have brutally trolled the former skipper. And now when Australia has retained the series, a tweet from ICC trolled back England fans.

Actually, before the start of Day 5 of the fourth Test, ICC’s official twitter handle tweeted a photo of an English fan, who is wearing Steve Smith mask with a crying face on it and used a definition of ‘Karma’ as the caption for their tweet.

After the Karma tweet from ICC’s official twitter handle, fans were asking whether the ICC account hacked or what. However, some fans have clapped over this ICC’s tweet. And some are trolling back International Cricket Council for this tweet.

ICC tweeted the photo with a caption, “karma [noun] kar·ma | \ ˈkär-mə also ˈkər- \ Definition of karma often capitalized. The force generated by a person’s actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration. And in its ethical consequences to determine the nature of the person’s next existence.”

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Here is the tweet from International Cricket Council

A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE FOURTH TEST

After winning the toss Australia had decided to bat first. Meanwhile, they had set up a score of 497 in the first innings, thanks to Steve Smith double hundred. However, England fights back but could manage to score 301 in the first innings.  In the second innings before declaring Australia scored 186 for the loss of 6 wickets. Meanwhile, they had given a target of 383 for the hosts, which was a difficult task. Hence, England could manage to score only 197 runs in the final innings and lost the match with a huge difference of 185 runs. As expected, Steve Smith was awarded as Player of the match in the fourth match of the Test series.

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