One of the greatest assets of the Mumbai Indians’ pace attack, Trent Boult, on Wednesday, showed his hilarious side as he brutally trolled Chris Lynn on Instagram. Mumbai Indians are out there in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to contest in the Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) as the tournament has finally set off after a long-awaited duration.
Mumbai Indians have had a decent start to the tournament, having won only one game out of the three games that they have played so far. They lost their opening game of IPL 2020 to Chennai Super Kings (CSK). However, they bounced back in the second match and won the tie against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). In the third game, Mumbai Indians faced a scorching defeat by the hands of Royal Challengers Bangalore as they faced a loss in the Super Over.
Ishan Kishan and Kieron Pollard put in the hard yards to salvage a draw for Mumbai but couldn’t help them attain victory in the game.
IPL 2020: Trent Boult Hilariously Trolls ‘Waterboy’ Chris Lynn
Mumbai Indians have been decent so far and Trent Boult, one of their key pacers, has not shown his prowess in the tournament so far. In the three games he has played so far, Trent Boult has only been able to pick 5 wickets so far. Trent Boult’s drop in form has been one of the key reasons behind Mumbai’s poor start in this year’s IPL. Boult has been in high spirits off the field and on Wednesday, a true specimen of it was highlighted on social media.
On Wednesday, Mumbai Indians shared a picture of Boult and Shane Bond, in the Mumbai Indians training session. Mumbai wrote on Instagram, “Which kind of delivery is being discussed here?”
Watch the Instagram post here:
In this post, Chris Lynn, one of the most destructive batsmen in the Mumbai Indians’ dugout commented, “Slot Ball.” To this, Trent Boult hilariously replied, “Get us a water brah”
Watch the hilarious banter here:
Chris Lynn, being one of the most devastating batsmen in the format, has been warming the bench for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020 so far. He hasn’t been able to find a place in the Mumbai first eleven in the first three games and Trent Boult has just done enough to rub salt on his wounds.