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ODI World Cup 2023: Australian journo Chloe-Amanda Bailey takes a subtle dig at England following their defeat against India

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ODI World Cup 2023: Australian journo Chloe-Amanda Bailey takes a subtle dig at England following their defeat against India



In a recent turn of events, renowned Australian sports anchor and journalist Chloe-Amanda Bailey took to social media to take a subtle dig at the England cricket team following their defeat against India.

The highly anticipated match, which took place in Lucknow, witnessed a low-scoring contest between the two cricketing giants, ultimately resulting in England’s loss.

Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah blow England batting unit away

In a dominant display driven by Mohammed Shami’s superb bowling, India secured a resounding 100-run triumph over England on Sunday, preserving their flawless record in the ongoing ICC Cricket Men’s World Cup. This win also effectively closed the doors of the defending champions’ chances of making it to the semi-finals.

Shami produced an outstanding performance, registering figures of 4-22, while fellow pacer Jasprit Bumrah picked three pivotal wickets, propelling India to a comprehensive victory.

Shami and Bumrah’s outstanding bowling spells left fans and experts marvelling at their skill and prowess.

Chloe-Amanda Bailey’s cheeky post after yet another England defeat

Chloe-Amanda Bailey, known for her insightful analysis and witty remarks, didn’t hold back as she cleverly highlighted England’s struggles in the tournament, implying that their performance fell short of expectations. In a tweet that quickly gained traction among cricket enthusiasts, Bailey’s well-crafted words subtly alluded to England’s apparent difficulties, stirring conversations among fans and followers alike.

“Waking up to see India beat England despite a shaky start. Bazball kya hua (What happened to Bazball?),” tweeted Bailey.

The tweet sparked a flurry of reactions from the fans, with many engaging in spirited discussions about England’s current form and the challenges they face while moving forward in the competition.

Also READ: ODI World Cup 2023 – Ravi Shastri takes a light-hearted dig at England after their loss to India

England will next compete against Australia (on November 4), the Netherlands (on November 8) and Pakistan (on November 11) in their remaining three matches.

Also READ: ODI World Cup 2023 – England’s shaky form threatens their Champions Trophy 2025 qualification bid



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