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“Everyone has a right to complain except Rahul,” Twitterati reacts as Team India complaints about food in Sydney

India will next face Netherlands on Thursday (27th October).

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Fans on Twitter reacted after reports related to the Indian Cricket Team complaining about the quality of the food in Sydney hogged the headlines. They took a jibe at opening batter KL Rahul, saying that everyone has a right to complain except him.

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Indian Cricket Team unhappy with the food after practice at Sydney

Indian Cricket Team is having a good time in Australia as a part of their T20 World Cup 2022 campaign. They defeated their arch-rivals Pakistan in the opening game of the tournament in a thriller and it is fair to say that they would’ve gained massive confidence going into the tournament.

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After a victory in Melbourne, they have now shifted bases to Sydney, where they will face the Netherlands on Thursday (27th October). They had a couple of practice sessions ahead of the game and are getting themselves into the grove.

However, in the latest development as per the reports in PTI, it is learned that the Indian team complained about food quality in Sydney after their practice session.

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Reports also suggest that they were given just sandwiches that were cold and not good. They have also complained to ICC about the same and the further development about the saga is yet to be known.

Fans on Twitter react after Indian team complains about food quality

As reports related to the Indian Cricket Team complaining about the quality of the food in Sydney hogged the headlines, fans on Twitter react hilariously to it. They in particular targeted KL Rahul and said that everyone can complain except the Indian opener. Notably, fans were unhappy with Rahul after his failure against Pakistan. Here are some of the reactions:

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