Breaking things apart can be a substantial way to loose frustration among cricket fans. It has been seen Indian and Pakistani fans tormenting television sets after their respective teams lost and now in a recent development, two prominent cricket personalities of Australia Dean Jones and Brad Hogg were spotted breaking electronic devices after Australia lost to India in the third one day international.
At the Holkar Stadium in Indore, India clinched the five match one day series through a crushing five wicket defeat to the visitors leading 3-0.
Australia’s defeat was the 11th in their last thirteen matches with another two washed out.
After the home team crushed Australia, Dean Jones and Brad Hogg were found breaking computers, laptops and even television screens.
Malikram, the owner of a local café in Indore said later, “After the match was over, Jones and Hogg reached our cafe and broke items available here. They spent around 30 minutes after the match and left afterwards. They were our guests, so we did not charge anything from them.”
The fourth match of the series between India and Australia will take place on Thursday, September 28 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.