'Ye kya ho gaya bhaijaan' - Fans troll Pakistan following 'boring matches' remarks from Rohit Sharma for Pakistan wickets

A section of the Indian cricket fans took the statement of Rohit Sharma as an opportunity to troll Pakistan; followed by trolling remarks for

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India and Australia locked horns in the third of the four-match Test series at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. After losing the first two Tests, the Aussies under the captaincy of stand-in skipper, Steve Smith made a stunning comeback and won the Indore Test by a big margin of nine wickets to make the scoreline 2-1 in the four-match Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

Apart from the cricketing action on the field, what went a point of discussion among the fans was the statement of Indian skipper Rohit Sharma; which came in the aftermath of the defeat against Australia. Skipper Sharma talked about the end of the Test match within three days. He went on to mention the fixtures in South Africa and also compared the matches on Indian soil to the red-ball fixtures played in Pakistan of late.

"Matches don’t last 5 days even outside India. The game in South Africa got over in 3 days. In Pakistan, people were saying it's so boring, so we are making things interesting," said Rohit Sharma in the post-match presentation.

Although a section of the Indian cricket fans took Rohit's statement as an opportunity to troll Pakistan; followed by trolling the Pakistani wickets where the matches lasted for five days but mostly ended up without any result. The Indian cricket fans took to Twitter to come up with some trolling remarks about Pakistan pitches and their approach toward the longest format of cricket.

Here's how fans trolled Pakistan after the statement of Rohit Sharma:

Talking about the scenario for the final of the Test championship 2023; Australia have qualified for the title clash of this year's Test Championship final with this win in the Indore Test against India. Whereas, on the other hand, India are ought to win the fourth and last of the ongoing four-match Test series.

Talking about Australia, they were coming off a Test series win against South Africa before heading to the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against India.

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