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Mitchell Starc’s Wife Alyssa Healy Hits Out At A Man For Disagreeable Meme On Mitchell Over IPL


Mitchell Starc’s Wife Alyssa Healy Hits Out At A Man For Disagreeable Meme On Mitchell Over IPL

The Indian Premier League is one of the most watched cricket tournaments of the world and IPL fans were very disappointed as the IPL 2020 was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, now there is a smile on the face of fans as the IPL chairman has confirmed that the tournament will be played in UAE from September 18 to November 8. BCCI is organizing the IPL 2020 in UAE because the number of coronavirus patients in India is still increasing and situation can’t be called satisfactory at the moment.

It became easy for BCCI to organize the IPL 2020 this year after the T20 ICC World Cup 2020 which was scheduled to be held in Australia got postponed. A World Cup tournament is certainly the most important tournament for a cricketer so the Australian pacer Mitchell Starc decided not to play in the IPL as he wanted to focus on the T20 World Cup. Mitchell who is an integral part of the Australian team has not been playing the IPL since 2015 whether it is because of his injuries or personal reasons and this time he left the league for the World Cup. But things don’t seem to go in Mitchell’s favor and the ICC took the decision of postponing the T20 World Cup as it is quite risky to organize such a big tournament amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

A Twitter user took a jibe at Mitchell for rejecting the IPL for the World Cup, he tweeted a photo of the Australian cricketer in an emotional mood with caption, “When you rejected IPL to prepare for WT20 but WT20 is cancelled and IPL is happening”.

This tweet didn’t go well with Mitchell’s wife Alyssa Healy who is also a cricketer and plays for Australia women’s national team. Actually the photo which was used by the Twitter user was clicked during the departure of Australia cricketer Phil Hughes. Phil departed from this world on 27 Nov 2014 after he got injured seriously post getting hit by a bouncer. Phil went into coma first and then he lost the battle of his life. It was a very sad moment for the whole cricket world and making a funny meme using a photo from that unfortunate incident is certainly disgusting.

Alyssa slammed the Twitter user and wrote, “That’s actually the moment Phil Hughes passes away…. but sure use it for your idiotic meme.”

The Twitter user did realize his mistake, apologized and tried to cover it up by saying that it was a satire and RCB fans want Mitchell in the squad. He tweeted, “Sorry, but it was just a satire, we love starc and whole RCB fanbase wants him back. And yea We all Miss Phil..#Forever408”

However, Alyssa was still quite annoyed with the user and she replied, “Satire is supposed to be funny. This isn’t.”

The Twitter user has deleted his tweet after getting slammed.

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