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Updated on: Monday, November 01, 2021, 01:41 PM IST

T20 World Cup 2021: Mohammad Amir slams trolls for abusing team India after loss against New Zealand

Trent Boult and Ish Sodhi starred with the ball before Daryl Mitchell smashed 49 off 35 to help New Zealand defeat India by eight wickets in the ongoing T20 World Cup.
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India and New Zealand after their T20 World Cup match. | Photo: AFP

India and New Zealand after their T20 World Cup match. | Photo: AFP

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New Delhi: Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir on Monday said that it is shameful to see how team India is being trolled on social media after their defeat against New Zealand in the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

After the loss against New Zealand, Indian players are being abused and trolled on social media platforms. Virat Kohli has also been facing flak for his leadership in the game against New Zealand.

"I still believe India is a best team it's just a matter of having a good time or bad time but abusing players and their family is such a shame don't forget the end of the day it's just a game of cricket," Amir tweeted.

Trent Boult and Ish Sodhi starred with the ball before Daryl Mitchell smashed 49 off 35 to help New Zealand defeat India by eight wickets in the ongoing T20 World Cup.

India was restricted to 110/7 in the allotted twenty overs against New Zealand. No batter was able to stay at the crease for long, and what followed was a lacklustre performance.

For the all-important clash, India made two changes -- Shardul Thakur and Ishan Kishan came in for Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Suryakumar Yadav. Rohit Sharma came into bat at number three, while Ishan came out to open alongside KL Rahul, but this move backfired as Ishan did not manage to leave a mark with the bat.

After the game against Pakistan, the Indian cricket team was trolled on social media, and Kohli and Mohammed Shami were the ones who were targeted the most by online trolls.

Kohli and boys will next take on Afghanistan on Wednesday at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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Published on: Monday, November 01, 2021, 01:41 PM IST
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