Indian cricket team is down by 2-0 in the five-match Test series against England. Things are looking very tough for the remaining games of the series. Virat Kohli and co are having an unpleasant time both, off and on field. Facing the brutal roast on social media is as mentally challenging as batting against James Anderson under clouds.
Not only the cricket fanatics, but the official Facebook page of International Cricket Council (ICC) tried to roast the Indian team after they lost at Lord's.
They have done it earlier as well. A 'mic-drop' meme was shared on ICC's official Twitter account which Indian fans didn't like a bit.
This time the international cricket body posted a poll in which they asked fans to pick one picture among the given option for their new cover picture on the Facebook page. One was from England's win against India at Lord's and the second one was from Sri Lanka's win against South Africa in ODI series.
It was all good until they decided to leave a comment about the poll and wrote, "England out to a strong early lead (just like they are against India!)."
Here is the post: