Indian cricket team’s off-spinner bowler Ravichandran Aswhin on Thursday (March 30) tweeted, “30th march will be remembered as world apology day” a day after the derogatory remarks made by Australian cricketer Brad Hodge, who recently apoligised to the Indian Test cricket team’s captain Virat Kohli for his comments.
The middle order batsman of Australian cricket team commented on Virat Kohli’s absence in fourth Test match against them. He had said that Virat did so to make himself ready for the upcoming season of the IPL tournament. The cricket expressed apology over his remarks on Indian skipper.
R Ashwin, an Indian bowler and a well known spinner of banned IPL team – Chennai Super Kings, took a dig at the Aussie cricketer and posted “On a lighter note, from this year onwards 30th march will be remembered as world apology day” on his twitter timeline.
On a lighter note, from this year onwards 30th march will be remembered as world apology day.😂
— Ashwin Ravichandran (@ashwinravi99) March 30, 2017
India played four Test matches against Australian cricket team and won the series by 2-1 lead. Indian captain Virat Kohli didn’t play the fourth Test match after he received an injury to his shoulder while diving to catch the ball in Ranchi Test match against Aussies. The Australian cricketer expressed his opinion over Virat’s absence in the final game and pushed himself into an unexpected controversy over his statement.