Excessive Rain has ruined the diversion for all the cricket fans across the globe as there has been a postponement in the beginning of the last of the debut version of the World Test Championship. India and New Zealand are planning to secure horns in the WTC last at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.
Notwithstanding, the continuous rain in the United Kingdom (UK) on Day 1 of the Test match cleaned out the main meeting alongside creating a setback for the throw. The odds of downpour halting look depressing and the very first moment of the WTC last is required to be squandered.
The cricket fans can be welcomed with comparative visuals for the whole length of the Test match from June 18 to June 22 as the climate gauge recommends that there will be cloudy conditions for the following week in Southampton. Also, the climate figure for June 23, which is kept as a safe day, doesn’t look wonderful all things considered.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has kept June 23 as a mandatory reserve day to make up for any deficiency of game during the five days of a Test match. Be that as it may, assuming the downpour proceeds and the Test match is cleaned out, both New Zealand and India will share the Test mace.
The nonstop sprinkle in the United Kingdom (UK) has additionally caused an image fest on Twitter as the cricket fans are concocting comical images to portray the whole situation. Homegrown legend and Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer additionally shared a clever image to address the circumstance of the whole Indian cricket fans.
Jaffer is a famous figure via web-based media and is very dynamic on Twitter. Wasim Jaffer labeled Dinesh Karthik while sharing an image that read-
“The nation wants to know when will it stop raining in Southampton.”
— DK (@DineshKarthik) June 18, 2021
Prominently, Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Karthik is in the UK to cover the last of the World Test Championship. Dinesh Karthik observed the post by Wasim Jaffer as he answered back with an image. The image shared by Karthik read-
“Saturday ko aana haan”