Rajasthan Royals Comes Up With A Witty Response When A Fan Asks Them To Trade Steve Smith To Chennai Super Kings
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Rajasthan Royals Comes Up With A Witty Response When A Fan Asks Them To Trade Steve Smith To Chennai Super Kings

Steve Smith
Steve Smith. Image Credits: IPL

Rajasthan Royals might have struggled with regards to their performance on the field, but there is no doubt that they are the undisputed champions when it comes to social media accounts of each of the eight franchises.

The Royals Twitter account won a lot of accolades for its engaging content and humorous tweets throughout the 2020 edition of the IPL even as their team continued to disappoint with their inconsistent performances.

Rajasthan Royals, Steve Smith
Steve Smith [Photo-IPL]
The Royals Twitter account was at it again on Thursday as it proceeded to gave a hilarious reply to a user who had asked them to trade their skipper Steve Smith to the Chennai Super Kings.

It all started with Rajasthan Royals admin tweeting

“BREAKING: We’re a bit bored. Anyone there?”

To which a user asked them to trade ‘Smudge’ (Steve Smith) to the Chennai Super Kings as a measure to finish the boredom.

“Let’s finish the boredom by trading Smudge to CSK,” the fan wrote.

Now, Chennai Super Kings have been a side who have built their squad on experienced retired International cricketers.

Taking a subtle dig at CSK, the Rajasthan Royals replied that Steve Smith is too young to join the ‘Dad’s Army’ as he is still in his early 30s

“Let’s wait on this, he’s still in his early 30s.” Rajasthan Royals replied.

Both Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings endured a poor outing in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League.

Both sides managed just six wins out of 14. While CSK finished at the 7th spot on the back of a superior NRR while RR finished with the wooden spoon.

Steve Smith himself had a pretty poor campaign as he managed just 311 runs in 14 games at an average of 25.91 and a strike-rate of 131.22.

Yash Mittal

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