Rajasthan Royals Twitter admin takes a dig at CSK
Chennai Super Kings had a disastrous run in the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League. The three-time IPL champions were languishing at the bottom of the points table on most occasions. However, they signed off the group stage with three wins in the last 3 games and because of which, they finished 7th in the points table.
On the other hand, Rajasthan Royals also had a terrible run in the tournament. They finished at the bottom of the points table with 6 wins and 8 defeats. Even CSK won 6 and lost 8 games but because of their better Net Run Rate, they finished a position ahead of the Royals.
Mumbai Indians became the most successful franchise in the IPL history. They defeated Delhi Capitals in the final and won their 5th title. Sunrisers Hyderabad finished the season at the third place. Royal Challengers Bangalore tried their luck as they finished fourth in the tournament.
RR Twitter admin trolls CSK
Meanwhile, IPL Twitter handles are doing their best to keep their fans updated with their recent posts. Rajasthan Royals Twitter admin tried to engage with the fans and followers on Twitter by hosting a question and answer session.
RR admin wrote: “BREAKING: We’re a bit bored. Anyone there?” RR tweeted. It was at that time, one of the CSK fans saw this as a great opportunity to request Rajasthan Royals to trade Steve Smith to CSK ahead of the upcoming season.
Royals Twitter admin who is known for his humour, trolled CSK for their system of signing aged players while denying the possibility of Smith leaving the franchise.
“Let’s finish the boredom by trading Smudge to CSK,” the fan wrote. RR came up with a funny response to the fan as it wrote: “Let’s wait on this, he’s still in his early 30s.”
Let's wait on this, he's still in his early 30s.
— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) January 5, 2021
Steve Smith is in Australia playing the third Test match against India in the Border Gavaskar Trophy series. After a series of low scores in the first two Test matches, Smudge made a sensational comeback to the game by scoring his 27th Test century.
With this hundred, he has equalled Indian skipper Virat Kohli, Australian legend Allan Border and former South African skipper Graeme Smith. Smith scored 138 runs to his name before he was run out by Ravindra Jadeja.