There is no denying the fact that Indians are crazy for cricket and the Indian Premier League has further increased their madness for the game. It is a known fact that the top Indian cricketers have a great fan base and these fans don’t mind indulging in verbal wars with each other on social media networks.
However, recently an incident took place in Kolhapur in which the fans of two star cricketers crossed all the limits of stupidity. As MS Dhoni got retired some days ago, his fans put up some big hoardings on the side of the road in order to praise Mahi and thank him for giving very beautiful memories.
On Friday, the Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma got the Khel Ratna Award so his fans also put up some big hoardings of the cricketer, congratulating him for the achievement. But Sharma’s hoardings were spoiled by some evil mind people and the fans of both the cricketers stood up against each other.
Things got so ugly that a fan of one cricketer was taken into a sugarcane field by the fans of the other cricketer and beaten badly. This is something very unfortunate and former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag was also very unhappy with it. He took to the micro-blogging site Twitter and slammed the fans, telling them that the cricketers are either very fond of each other or they don’t talk much but they are one unit.
Viru’s tweet read, “Kya karte rehte ho paagalon. Aapas mein players are either fond of each other or just don’t talk much, kaam se kaam rakhte hain. But kuchh fans alag hi level ke pagle hain. Jhagda Jhagdi mat karo, Team India ko- as one yaad karo.” (What you all keep on doing stupid people. Players are either fond of each other or they don’t talk much, just keep themselves limited to work. But some fans are mad of different level, don’t fight and remember team India is one unit).
Kya karte rehte ho paagalon.
Aapas mein players are either fond of each other or just don't talk much, kaam se kaam rakhte hain.
But kuchh fans alag hi level ke pagle hain. Jhagda Jhagdi mat karo, Team India ko- as one yaad karo. pic.twitter.com/i2ZpcDVogE
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 23, 2020
We don’t know what effect this tweet will have on those fans but this is certainly a great piece of advice. What do you say?