Nathan Lyon became the new target of the England fan group Barmy Army. They went on to reveal details of Lyon's personal life during day two of the third Ashes Test at the WACA, Perth.
Lyon is rumored to have been dating a former partner of his current teammate, maligned all-rounder Mitchell Marsh. The Barmy Army made a vulgar song out of the whole thing and even posted the lyrics on Twitter.
It looks like Barmy Army is taking 'everything is fair in love and war' too far.
Steve Smith was looking for wickets and as Lyon replaced Marsh in the bowling attack, the Barmy Army’s official Twitter account was quick to post it.
????????— England's Barmy Army (@TheBarmyArmy) December 15, 2017
I like kissing in the car
with my hand inside her bra
having fun with Mitch's ex
she says I'm much better at sex
The English fans didn't stop there. One of the fans took it on next level as he drunk beer from a cricket equipment which no one would even think of.
Here's the video:
This is not the first time Barmy Army has made a personal attack on an Australian cricketer in this Ashes 2017. They had targeted David Warner in the first Test.
As a result, Cricket Australia was forced to scatter the four thousand England fans all around the ground instead of allotting the seats together at the Gabba.