ENG vs IND 2018: Cricket Iceland inquires whether India's Tests against England can be moved to Iceland

Cricket Iceland's Tweets have been doing the rounds over the biggest social media network for a while.

Cricket Iceland and Kuldeep Yadav.

Cricket may not be big in Iceland but certainly, their Twitter feed has become famous for how in a funny and witty manner they do their cricket over the biggest social media network. It doesn't involve them at all but they are keeping a close eye on the ongoing England vs India series to engage their Twitterati followers. 

Kuldeep Yadav has had a dream start to his first tour of England. Having befuddled them with his beautifully classical wrist-spin in the first T20 International in Manchester, he reaffirmed his class in the first ODI at Trent Bridge. The 23-year-old followed his majestic spell of 5-24 across 4 overs, with the reiteration of just how good he is via a 6-25 from 10 overs in Nottingham. 

Kuldeep is having a great time in England. The youngster understands this could very well be the breakthrough tour for him as an all-formats bowler in Indian Cricket. Kuldeep is meant for great things. 

This has spurred a feeling amongst the general cricket lovers around the globe that the wrist spinner can be a real handful for Virat Kohli's men when they step onto the field in the upcoming 5-match Test series against England. 

Kit Harris, who is a member of the Iceland national cricket team, took to the Twitter and posted a photo tweet of Kuldeep and captioned it, "Kuldeep Yadav has 90 first-class wickets at 31.87 of which nine have come in his two tests. He could easily add to those next month. But how many spinners will be in the India test team, and who will they be?"

To this Iceland Cricket Twitter account got into the act and quote tweeted it very funnily as, "We’ve had an enquiry from @ECB_cricket who are looking at relocating the England v India test series to Iceland. Just to make absolutely sure the conditions are seam friendly. @bcci"


By Kashish Chadha - 14 Jul, 2018

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