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Mitchell McClenaghan Responds To A Troll On Twitter Who Mocked Mumbai Indians

Mitchell McClenaghan last played for the franchise in 2019 where he picked up three wickets in five games. 

Former Mumbai Indians pacer Mitchell McClenaghan was one of the best bowlers of the franchise while playing for the franchise. He was a part of four IPL titles with the franchise between 2013-2019 Thereafter he did not feature in too many games for the five-time IPL champions. He last played for the franchise in 2019 where he picked up three wickets in five games. 

Meanwhile, the former Mumbai Indians pacer responded to a random Twitter user who tried to mock the five-time IPL champions. The side is owned by Mukesh and Nita Ambani who are the best of the business tycoons of the country. He trolled the side saying “Ambani Indians” on Twitter. 

MI are being owned by Reliance Industries Limited, Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani. After the fan mocked them, Mitchell McClenaghan jumped in with a mouth-shutting reply. The New Zealand all-rounder replied to the supporter and wrote “yup they own the team.”

Mitchell McClenaghan Silences Troll Who Mocked Mumbai Indians

Meanwhile, Mumbai Indians are on track to chase down 2019 against Chennai Indians. A cumulative batting effort saw CSK score 218 batting first in Delhi’s Arun Jaitley stadium

In response, a quickfire half-century from Kieron Pollard has kept the five-time IPL champions on track in the chase. 

 Before their games at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi, former West Indies cricketer Brian Lara expressed concerns over their form.

“Sometimes you need to be very careful, you are leaving Chennai, you go to give everybody a chance because everyone struggled in Chennai. Even you could have got rid of Quinton de Kock, Chris Lynn scored runs but you will not and try him again. I would have gone with Ishan Kishan just once more and see how his form is. On his day he is a match-winner,” Lara was quoted as saying.

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Anshuman Roy

A cricket and sports enthusiast having previously worked with Cricwizz, Circle of Cricket, Times Now, The Quint and now with Cricfit.
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