Pakistani Anchor Zainab Abbas Gets Trolled for Tweeting About IPL
A Pakistani Anchor Zainab Abbas tweeted about the ongoing Indian Premier League season 11, dragged her into the war of social media, which is said to be fought by trollers, who does not leave a chance to get people trolled by their silly mistakes.
The same incident happened on the first day of Indian Premier League season 11, a Pakistani anchor got trolled from his own country netizens by mentioning Mumbai India’s leg-spinner Mayank Markande. She posted a tweet on her official account which reads, “It’s a legspinners world these days – Rashid Khan, Shadab Khan, Yuzvendra Chahal & now Markande from MI. #MIvCSK.”
The Pakistani cricket fans, who were flamed, advised her to stay away from the IPL. On this Zainab’s a section of Pakistani social media users trolled her fiercely. One user said, ‘Stop reporting about this Bloody IPL, we are not seeing it. We are boycotting it. “One said,” Stop watching the IPL because we have decided to boycott the IPL. ” Another tweeted, “Please, stop tweeting about IPL, it’s a shame for us to tweet on this as a Pakistani.” One user said, ‘Please leave it to the IPL Do not tweet it, we have PSL.
Stop reporting about this bloody IPL we r not watching. we boycott IPL😠
— @Afridi10 (@shoaibafridi560) April 7, 2018
Plz yaar dont tweet about ipl plz as a pakistani it is shame for us about tweeting ipl
— #KKR ☞☞☞☞☞PSL vs IPL (@taron_adarsh) April 7, 2018
Let me tell you that leg-spinner Mayank Markande, who debuted in the league in the first match of the IPL season 11 started from April 7 has done a great job. He took three wickets in the first match. He took the wicket of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the former captain of the Indian cricket team and made everyone his fan.
Although Mumbai Indians failed to win the match, the team’s leg-spinner Mayank Markande was able to leave his mark in the first match, for which many cricketers have turned up for years. Markandey took a wicket as Ambati Rayudu, second wicket, and the third wicket with Deepak Chahar.