Two days prior, England’s quick bowler Ollie Robinson endured the fury of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after his old tweets reemerged. The 27-year-old made his Test debut at The Lord’s Cricket Ground.
He assumed a considerable part with the bat and ball. The debutant contributed 42 runs in the main innings furthermore that, he was instrumental in both the innings with the ball.
The bowler enlisted four wickets in the debut innings and took 3 wickets in the subsequent innings. Generally, he wound up with 7 wickets and had a noteworthy introduction.
Then, his 8-9-year-old tweets returned to upset him once more. In 2013, the pacer posted bigot and misogynist tweets which set off a huge ruckus via web-based media.
The pacer gave an expression of remorse for his slanderous tweets yet the ECB didn’t extra him. Britain and Wales Cricket Board suspended him from all types of global cricket.
Robinson who performed truly well on his introduction won’t be accessible for choice in the second Test against New Zealand. The subsequent Test match will start off tomorrow at Edgbaston.
After the contention encompassing the 27-year-old pacer, ECB dispatched an examination on an anonymous players’ discourteous tweet. According to the reports, two England players Jos Buttler and Eoin Morgan are in unfamiliar situation.
After Robinson’s debate, ECB is currently bustling researching Morgan and Buttler’s old tweets. The previously mentioned England players purportedly derided the Indians by calling them ‘Sir’.
They likewise purportedly prodded them. Then, England’s restricted overs captain utilised the expression ‘Sir’ for praising Buttler in 2018. On that day, the wicketkeeper crushed an unbeaten 94 off 53.
He helped Rajasthan Royals beat Mumbai Indians in IPL 2018 season. As it should be, he was named the Player of the Match. Not long after the thump, Morgan stored acclaim on Buttler.
Eoin Morgan posted a tweet adding that Buttler is his number one batsman. Indeed, even Brendon McCullum, the lead trainer of the Kolkata Knight Riders didn’t stop for a second to respond to Eoin Morgan’s tweet.
As indicated by a report on the Telegraph site, Jos Buttler erased his tweets after analysis via web-based media. The report said that ECB will take a choice on the English players in the wake of going through the test.