Ever because the video of former Indian captain Rahul Dravid’s offended sabotage has gone viral, everybody has been sharing memes and pictures associated to it on the web. Former Indian cricketer Venkatesh Prasad additionally took to Twitter to share an image of his very personal model of ‘#IndiraNagarkaGunda’, after which a Pakistani journalist tried to troll him.
Throughout India vs Pakistan nail-biting thriller within the 1996 World Cup, an offended Venkatesh Prasad had despatched Pakistan’s Aamer Sohail’s stump cartwheeling after the later had challenged to hit him for a second boundary.
Venkatesh Prasad, sharing a collage of the well-known incident on twitter, wrote within the caption of his submit: “Me to Aamir Sohail in Bangalore at 14.5 – #IndiraNagarkaGunda hoon main.”
A Twitter person named Najeeb Ul Hasnain tried to troll the previous Indian fast-bowler by replying to Prasad’s tweet: “Prasad only achievement in his career.”
Prasad was fast to provide him a befitting reply as he wrote: “Nahi Najeeb Bhai. Had reserved some achievements for later. In the very next World cup in Eng in 1999, took 5/27 at Manchester against Pakistan and they were unable to chase 228. God bless you.”
India had scored 287/8 whereas batting first on this match. Navjot Singh Sidhu had scored 93 and Ajay Jadeja had scored 45 runs. Pakistan’s Wasim Akram was not enjoying on this match resulting from harm and Aamer Sohail was handed over the captaincy of the Pakistani workforce.
India had defeated Pakistan by 39 runs within the match with Venkatesh Prasad ending up selecting three wickets for 45 runs.