Shane Warne trolls a Kiwi golfer who said India lost to NZ in WTC Final

Shane Warne

Legendary Australian player Shane Warne declared that the Indian cricket team is the best in the world after seeing how Virat Kohli’s men scripted an epic comeback to defeat the England cricket team at Kennington Oval in London. The former Australian leg-spinner was full of praise for the Indian cricket team.


The Indian cricket team bounced back in style after losing the previous Test match in Leeds by an innings. Although the England cricket team captain Joe Root won the toss and the England team bowled India out 191 runs in the first innings, the home side failed to record a victory in London. Fifties from Chris Woakes and Ollie Pople helped the England cricket team take a first innings lead of 99 runs.

Many fans thought that the Indian cricket team would give a target of 100-200 runs to the England cricket team. But a fine century from Rohit Sharma and fifties from Cheteshwar Pujara, Shardul Thakur and Rishabh Pant made sure thatt the Indian crick team set a gigantic target of 368 runs for their opponents.


The England cricket team got off to a good start with the willow in their second innings. The team’s opening batsmen Haseeb Hameed and Rory Burns notched up their respective half-centuries. However, the Indian cricket team did not allow them to win the Test match. Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav, Ravindra Jadeja and Shardul Thakur fired in unison to bowl England out for just 210 runs.

Shane Warne congratulated Team India and then trolled a Kiwi fan

Shane Warne first posted a congratulatory tweet for Team India, but soon a golfer of New Zealand named Ryan Fox replied:

“Come on mate they didn’t beat the mighty @BLACKCAPS in the world test championship!!”


Warne hilariously reminded to Fox that it was just a one-off Test and not a Test series.

“Hahaha fair point that partner !!!!!! But a one of test is different to a test series,” Shane Warne replied.

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