The Test series is going on between Sri Lanka and England, whose second match is being played in Gaul. England captain Joe Root hit a century on Sunday by presenting another good example of his mastery of playing on the spinners friendly pitches in the subcontinent. During this, a strange incident happened on the field, by tweeting a picture of which the ICC also tried to have a lot of fun. Actually, during the match, a leopard appeared near the boundary. Tweeting this picture, the ICC wrote – ‘ICC is reviewing reports that Sri Lanka used an extra fielder against England in Gaul today. The situation will be ‘monitored’. Along with this, the ICC also used emoji.
Commentator Simon Mann also tweeted
This picture during the match is becoming very viral on social media and people are enjoying the fun. Commentator Simon Mann also tweeted this picture saying that Sri Lanka has deployed an extra fielder in Gaul.
Is Wasim Jafar running ICC account somewhere?
After tweeting this picture, ICC’s Humor is being widely praised on social media. People are saying that this ICC tweet brought smile on the face of the people. At the same time, a user named Shubham Mishra commented whether Wasim Jaffer is handling the ICC’s Twitter account.
Root that missed double century
Sri Lanka have scored 381 runs in the first innings, in response to which England scored 339 for nine by the end of the third day’s play and is still 42 runs behind Sri Lanka. Root, who scored 228 runs in the first Test, missed his second consecutive double century by being run out in the final moments, but his 186-run innings was the main attraction for England.