WTC Final: ‘Send Williamson back,’ Fan requests Sonu Sood to aid Team India, actor replies wittily: Team India were in a comfortable position at Day 5 stumps of the ongoing World Test Championship contest between India and New Zealand than what had dawned upon them during the day’s play. Before Team India tumbled a few New Zealand wickets, courtesy of Mohammed Shami’s bowling, a fan had asked for help from Bollywood actor Sonu Sood. He wheedled to depart New Zealand skipper Kane Willamson, who stood tall at the crease then.
Hello @SonuSood, please Williamson ko pavilion bhej do
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) June 22, 2021
Sonu Sood has extended help and served the country in the ravaged times of Covid 19. However, this request from a cricket fan was something beyond the bounds of the 47-year-old Bollywood actor.
WTC Final: Thumping reply from Sonu Sood
हमारी टीम में ऐसे दिग्गज हैं जो खुद ही भेज देंगे।
देखा, गया ना।🇮🇳 https://t.co/QLZ9aBy7rT
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) June 22, 2021
Sood replied to the Cricket fan in the Hindi language, a decode of which meant- our (Indian) Team have got phenomenal talented players who can do the needful task.
Soon after this tweet, pacer Ishant Sharma took the wicket of the New Zealand skipper, repaying the trust vested by Sood.
WTC Final: Where the match stands as of now?
Team India rose to the occasion during cricketing action on Day 5, which otherwise looked dominant in New Zealand’s favour. With the spectacular bowling show by the Indian pacemen, especially Mohammed Shami, Team India managed to bundle the Blackcaps for 249, who gathered a meagre lead of just 32 runs.
As the action adjourned on Day 5, Team India stood 64/2 amid their action of the second innings. With the cheap crumble of both our openers- Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma, Indian skipper Virat Kohli is sharing responsibility with Cheteshwar Pujara on the crease.
WTC Final: Day 5 was so far the most happening as it offered some real cricketing action, unlike the previous days which were washed out by rain/ interrupted by bad lighting. With fingers crossed, fans are excited to witness some riveting stuff on the reserve day’s play.