IND v WI 2018

Harbhajan trolled Windies team, Tino Best trolled back with an epic reply

Harbhajan Singh criticized Windies as they lost the first Test of the two-match Test series against India. However, former Windies bowler Tino Best has hit back with a harsh reply.

Meanwhile, Team India humiliated Windies and registered their most significant victory in the longest format by winning the game by an innings and 272 runs. The inexperienced team is struggling against the number one Test side.

The hosts played some dominating cricket against the visitors. Indian skipper Virat Kohli along with debutant Prithvi Shaw and all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was the three centurions from the Indian team. India posted a mammoth total of 649 in the first innings for the loss of nine wickets.

Windies looked dominating on day three as they ferociously started their innings. Roston Chase and Keemo Paul added some vital runs in quick time but unfortunately, the day didn’t favor the Windies as they lost their rest four wickets in a jiffy. India decided to enforce to follow-on as they were trailing by 468 runs in the second essay.

 

Moreover, Kieran Powell and Kraigg Brathwaite started their innings well, but Ashwin did the massacre for the Windies. Later, Powell began scoring runs, but the other batsman couldn’t give any support. Indian chinaman Kuldeep took the initiative to rattle the batting order, and he took the five-wicket haul for the first time in Test cricket.

Harbhajan Singh takes it to Twitter and humiliated Windies team saying they are not even eligible to compete with Ranji Trophy teams.

Moreover, he also added that they are not even eligible to qualify for Ranji quarters plate group. Meanwhile, in reply, veteran Tino Best gave a harsh response. Meanwhile, the visitors have a few days in hand to recover themselves from a massive loss as the second Test take place from October 12 in Hyderabad.

Here’s what Tino Best replied:

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