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“Cricket origin country almost took 30 years to win ODI WC”, Twitter reacts after Barmy Army trolls Indian fans

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England cricket team etched their name into the record books after they won back-to-back World Cups (ODI World Cup 2019, T20 World Cup 2022). Before they won these two titles, they were long been criticized for not showcasing their mettle in ICC events.

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However, the Three Lions took their performance to the next level and went on to make a name for themselves in the ICC events. England cricket team led by Jos Buttler made a strong statement in the 8th edition of the ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.

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England cricket team made it all the way to the finals of the competition by beating Team India in the semi-final in Adelaide. Jos Buttler and Co beat Babar Azam and Co in the final to win their second T20 World Cup title.

Fans slam England’s Barmy Army after the latter tried to take a swipe at Indian fans on Twitter

England’s Barmy Army tried to take a dig at Indian fans on their official Twitter handle. It all started when the official Twitter handle posted two pictures of England winning both the World Cups (ODI World Cup 2019, T20 World Cup 2022).

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Under Eoin Morgan’s captaincy, England won the ODI World Cup in 2019 as England beat New Zealand based on boundary count rule. Upon posting the picture, England’s Barmy Army tried to troll Indian fans on Twitter.

The official Twitter handle of Barmy Army purposely wanted to troll the Indian fans by saying that England only win big titles and not PayTMS. The caption of the post reads, “Astonishing the amount of Indian cricket fans in our mentions. We only do big trophies not PayTMS”

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Team India last won the ICC title back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy in England. Before that, India won the ODI World Cup in 2011 and T20 World Cup in 2007. All these three titles came under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.

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