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“I’ve Just Been Cropped Out Of Ravi Shastri’s Life” – Nasser Hussain Pokes Fun At Ravi Shastri, Kevin Pietersen Plays Prankster

Ravi Shastri Nasser Hussain
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Former cricketer Ravi Shastri has made a comeback in the commentary box after his stint with the Indian team as a Head coach ended. He is part of the English commentary panel along with Nasser Hussain, Ian Ward, Michael Atherton, Kumar Sangakkara, Mark Butcher, and Kevin Pietersen for the fifth Test match between England and India. On Sunday, Nasser Hussain poked fun at the former India cricketer over his Twitter post.

Recently, Ravi Shastri posted a picture on this Twitter profile with his co-commentators. However, Nasser Hussain was missing from the photo. This was pointed out by the other commentators to Nasser. The former England skipper reacted by saying that he has been canceled from Shastri’s life.

“I have been cropped out of Ravi Shastri’s life,” said Nasser. He also pointed out that Ravi Shastri tagged everyone except him in the post. Former England cricketer Kevin Pietersen, who was in the commentary box, burst into laughter hearing Nasser’s comment.

On day two, Naseer Hussain and Ravi Shastri spoke about their famous feud during the 2011 India’s tour of England. During that time, the duo engaged in a spat in the commentary box over India’s stance on the Decision Review System (DRS).

India leads by 257 runs at the end of day three

Talking about the fifth Test match, the Indian team is in a strong position with a lead of 257 runs at the end of day three. They are 125 for the loss of three wickets, with Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant at the crease.

Earlier in the match, India put on 416 runs in the first innings. Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja slammed centuries in the innings. They took a 132 runs lead by dismissing England for 284 runs. Mohammed Siraj took four wickets conceding sixty-six runs in the innings.

Meanwhile, Cheteswar Pujara (50*) and Rishabh Pant (30*) will resume the Indian innings on day four. The visitors are leading the five-match Test series 2-1.

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