New Zealand Rugby team heavily trolls ICC after their match versus South Africa ended in a draw at Wellington on Saturday
It seems that apparently the whole of New Zealand have still not been able to gulp their 2019 World Cup final loss versus England down their epiglottis. The New Zealand Rugby team have definitely not, for sure.
The majority of the Cricketing fraternity emphasised with the New Zealand Cricket team after they lost their World Cup final match against the Home side on the basis of an inferior boundary count.
People were (and still are) disappointed on ICC’s rule which decides the winner with respect to which team hit the more number of boundaries in their respective innings throughout the match, even after the Super Over ends in a tie. Fans and experts empathised with the New Zealand team as they felt it was really harsh and unfair on them, especially when there was absolutely nothing separating the two sides (but the no. of boundaries).
The New Zealand Rugby team, even after almost two weeks after the final, made sure they did not miss an opportunity to remind the International Cricket Council (ICC) how deeply they were hurt on losing out on the championship by taking a clear dig at them.
What did New Zealand Rugby team comment?
New Zealand rugby team, All Blacks came up with a cheeky jibe at ICC’s rule after their Rugby Championship Test against South Africa’s Springbooks ended in a draw in Wellington on Saturday.
This meant that the All Blacks team retained their Freedom Cup after playing out a 16-16 draw vs South Africa.
Reminiscing the boundary-count rule that denied their Cricket brothers the two hands on the World Cup trophy, the All Blacks tweeted, “No count back on boundaries in Wellington. It’s a draw. Thanks for an epic Test @Springboks”.
Here is their tweet:
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) July 27, 2019
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