The Indian Premier League 2021 is all set to start from April 9 and the debate over choosing the cash-rich league over country has once again begun. Many players from England including Ben Stokes are facing criticism for playing in the IPL and recently Ben Stokes has given a perfect reply to an online user who tries to target him for playing in the IPL.
The 29 years old English cricketer has arrived in India and is quite excited. As per him, it is good that the IPL has returned to India after being organised in UAE last year which Stokes feel was a big achievement in itself. While talking to a sports channel, Ben Stokes says that he is hoping to see the Indian crowd back in the stadium as they are a big part of the game. He further added that it was a great feeling to see fans in the stadium during the India-England series despite the fact that all of them were against the England team.
Celebrities getting trolled on social media is pretty common and Ben Stokes became the latest target of the same as an online user took a jibe at him by saying that he is running behind money now but he will be tired to bowl when he will wear the England jersey.
This is what the online user wrote, “Chasing a pound note again, once back in an England shirt will be too tired to bowl”.
Chasing a pound note again, once back in an england shirt will be too tired to bowl 🙄🙄
— #moyesout roger (@rogerc32) March 31, 2021
In response, Ben Stokes wrote, “When have I ever been to tired to bowl in a England shirt pal???”
When have I ever been to tired to bowl in a England shirt pal??? https://t.co/854pfJRDXA
— Ben Stokes (@benstokes38) March 31, 2021
Ben Stokes will be playing for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2021 and the opening match will be played between the defending champions Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Rajasthan Royals will be led by Sanju Samson who has been appointed as the skipper after the franchise released Steve Smith ahead of the IPL 2021 auctions. RR will be playing their first match against KL Rahul led Punjab Kings on 12th April 2021.
Are you excited for the tournament?