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PSL 2020: Twitter reacts as Lynn picks Johnny Sins over Steve Austin


Australia’s big-hitting batsman Chris Lynn, who is a part of team Lahore Qalandars in the ongoing fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) left the everyone in stitches with his reply to a fan who compared him to WWE wrestlers Goldberg and Stone Cold Steve Austin.

PSL 2020: Twitter reacts as Lynn picks Johnny Sins over Steve Austin
Chris Lynn sits alongside his teammate Ben Dunk at the team dugout

The 29-year-old Chris Lynn was sitting alongside his teammate Ben Dunk at the dugout and the two of them were caught together on camera. Both of them were bald in the picture and they looked pretty much like WWE stars and it was no surprise to see the user comparing them to WWE stars.

“Goldberg and Steve Austin watching #PSL2020 match in #Lahore. Good days are back 🖖,” the user wrote.

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However, Lynn’s reply left everyone in splits as he picked a personality who looks very similar to him but is from a different industry.

“I prefer Johnny Sins 🤣🤣🤣,” Chris Lynn replied to a fan.

Here’s how Twitter reacted after Chris Lynn picked Johnny Sins over Steve Austin

Meanwhile, the swashbuckling batsman Chris Lynn has admitted that he would need to adjust to the bounce, movement and variation of Pakistani pitches, which is quite different from what he had played on in Australia during the Big Bash League.

“I am playing in Pakistan for the first time and I will try my best to get adjusted as soon as possible. I feel this year the squad is strong and balanced,” Chris Lynn was quoted as saying by geosuper.tv.

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