Social media is a great platform for any celebrity to connect with his or her fans, but it comes with its own disadvantages. In an unusual development, it was the God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar who got trolled on Twitter on 29 October.
The cricket fans targetted the legendary player for a tweet in which he hoped to have a tight match on 30 October, a day after the match was actually played. India defeated New Zealand and won the home series by 2-1 on 29 October.
On Sunday when team India won the seventh consecutive ODI series, Sachin Tendulkar tweeted, Perfect finish to a thrilling game. Great work @Jaspritbumrah93 @BhuviOfficial & @yuzi_chahal. Keep it up, boys. My Best wishes for the T20Is.
Sachin, in his tweet, wished Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma for splendid performance in the match and also hoped for the possibility of a tight finish match. Notably, master blaster had wished team India on the victory after the match only. So, the latest tweet is a mystery to the fans.
There is an eight hours gap in between both the tweets and for that he is being trolled a lot on Twitter. People are taking it lightly and saying that Sachin is a god, he can watch the next year's series as well, so he predicting that series.
The misplaced tweet didn't go unnoticed and the reaction of fans are genuinely hilarious.
YOU ARE GOD ... next year ki series bhi abhi he dekhli 😂❤— SUYOG (@SRKiany_blood) October 30, 2017
Sir ke pass jio 4G hai 💖💖💖💖— Lucky Sarmal (@LuckySarmal) October 30, 2017
kal ye nahi hua tha shayed😂net kat gaya tha lagraha😂— Anshuman (@AnotherSRKian) October 30, 2017
हाँ सही कहा आपने! ऐसे ही चलता रहा मैच तो हम 6 रन से जीतेंगे, लिख के रख लीजिए 😜😂— Sanu Shukla Adv.⏺️ (@saanushuklaa) October 30, 2017
Old message saved in draft, posted now ?— Kamalesh (@Drkamalesh7) October 30, 2017
Sir aap ka tv slow hai kya?— ʍǟռǟֆ (@manaspratim10) October 30, 2017
This is to notice that on Sunday the Virat Kohli's team has won its seventh consecutive ODI series and lastly they won a three ODI series by 2-1. Now the focus will be on the T-20 series with the Kiwis team.