Last Update on: October 29th, 2018 at 04:07 pm
Dean Jones gives a perfect reply to a fan who abused him for praising Pakistan who whitewashed Australia in the three-match T20I series after winning the last game by 33 runs in Dubai. Moreover, Dean Jones was delighted with the performance of Pakistan, as the Men in Green won both the Test as well as T20Is series. Meanwhile, a fan didn’t like the same and went on to abuse Jones, and he gave a perfect reply to that.
Pakistan thump Australia in T20Is
After the final match between India and Pakistan in the Champions Trophy 2017, all were not getting well between the two nations. It has been a trend that both countries keep on fighting without any reason. After that, India won the two matches against the Men in Green in Asia Cup 2018 which made things more worse.
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Meanwhile, Sarfraz Ahmed had to face a lot of humiliation after the two consecutive losses. They returned strongly and won the Test as well as T20I series against the Baggy Greens. However, there is no reason why an Indian fan should abuse Dean Jones for praising them.
Furthermore, soon after the win over Australia, Dean Jones took it to his official Twitter to praise Sarfraz Ahmed and Co. for their excellent efforts.
The former Aussie all-rounder was happy with the Pakistan team, as the players played some exceptional cricket and brought the laurels home.
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However, Jones was somewhat confused with the batting order of Australia. D’Arcy Short, who opened the innings in the first two matches was seen batting at number seven in the last game in Dubai.
“Well done Pakistan on your Greenwash against Australia! Can someone tell me.. why was Short batting at 7?” Dean Jones tweeted after the match.
Meanwhile, Jones was calm and composed and gave a befitting reply saying the credit has to be given where it is due.
“I give credit where credit is due..” Dean Jones Tweeted
I give credit where credit is due.. https://t.co/bhwT0KgLWa
— Dean Jones AM (@ProfDeano) October 29, 2018