Team India comfortably defended a total of 164 in 21 overs against Australia in the first ODI at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, after the match was curtailed due to rain.
Virat Kohli & Co. took a 1-0 lead in the 5 match series by defeating Steve Smith’s men by 26 runs (D/L) on Sunday.
Disappointed with his team’s defeat, former Australian cricketer Dean Jones took to Twitter and wrote, “So I see India needed a bit of rain to win that game. Ok … bring on Game 2.”
— Dean Jones AM (@ProfDeano) September 18, 2017
But, the tweet did not go well with India cricket fans and Jones had to face a lot of heat for his remark.
Here is how the Indian fans on Twitter reacted:
Another brain fade moment for another Australian 😂
— … (@Utd__fan) September 18, 2017
Rains are always good for the team batting second, U shud hv some cricketing knowledge to know that which I am afraid u don't. #INDvsAUS
— Varun Garg 🇮🇳 (@IamV_Garg) September 18, 2017
What crap. R u serious. Hope u watched the game. India won it comprehensively
— Romil Shukla (@RomilShukla) September 18, 2017
Never seen an Aussie legend looking for excuses to defend losing cricket match #ChangingTimes
— Proud Hindustani (@santhoshc1984) September 18, 2017
Visit your nearest psychiatrist asap…or else things could get worse..
— Shubham Jain (@shubham_jain24) September 18, 2017
— Kaukab Abid (@Kaukab_Abid) September 18, 2017
team who does nt score 160 in 21 overs how should u expect that they score 281 runs in that particular wicket dean jones is the biggest jokr
— ankit jain (@drankitjain1811) September 18, 2017
— DJR 🇮🇳 दर्शन जगदीश रोहेरा (@darshanrohera) September 18, 2017
If u would have played football u would have made a great defender 😉
— the_silly_point (@the_silly_point) September 18, 2017
My dear Dean Jones,
A sophisticated team doesn't make gaffes. I hope you comprehend my context.
— Ravitheja (@Ravisaitheja) September 18, 2017
So Australians always need some excuses to accept their loss . Come on Uncle, be Practical !! 🤣
— Arun (@KumarArun1988) September 18, 2017