Mitchell McClenaghan savagely trolls a fan asking about his retirement

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Mitchell McClenaghan. (Image Source: Twitter)

Auckland Cricket recently provided a befitting farewell to cricketer Craig Cachopa by announcing his retirement on social media.


The Auckland veteran represented in 47 first-class matches, 88 List A matches and 103 domestic T20 matches.

Out of favour New Zealand pacer, Mitchell McClenaghan was quick to pay his tribute to the domestic career of Cachopa.


“One of the greatest blokes I had the pleasure to share the park with and call a dear friend. So sad you are leaving. Your leadership and ability to bring a team together even in the darkest of times is second to none and will be surely missed. Cheers to you” tweeted McClenaghan.

However, one of the trollers went on to ask Mitchell about his date of retirement. Abiding by his Twitter handle name, McClenaghan ‘savagely’ replied by saying, “When you grow a pair of moustache.”




During the recent days under quarantine, several cricketers have actively engaged in interaction with their fans on social media.

Earlier, McClenaghan stated that the results of the two-match Test series between Indian and New Zealand would have been different with the presence of Rohit Sharma.

The entire Indian batting line-up capitulated in the absolute green decks offered in New Zealand. As a result, New Zealand completed the Test whitewash after, earlier, defeating India convincingly by 3-0 in the ODI series.

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