“Looks Like IPL”- Twitter Reacts As Prasidh Krishna Gets The Wicket Of Shreyas Iyer In India vs Leicestershire Match

A practice match between the Indian cricket team and Leicestershire is currently underway. The match can be streamed live on the YouTube channel named Foxes TV. Interestingly, some players of the Indian squad are playing for Leicestershire. The decision was made so that the players get enough practice and that too against top-quality players. Prasidh Krishna is one of the Indian players playing for Leicestershire.

The Indian cricket team is batting first, and they have gotten off to a disappointing start. Captain Rohit Sharma, his opening partner Shubman Gill and middle-order players Hanuma Vihari and Shreyas Iyer are back in the dressing room.

Jasprit Bumrah and Prasidh Krishna are playing for Leicestershire, but the maximum damage so far has been done by Roman Walker. He has picked up two wickets while conceding just one run in his spell of four overs. His two wickets are Rohit Sharma and Hanuma Vihari.


Before the game, former Indian selector Saba Karim had said the following words about India’s batting form:

It will be very difficult to win if your main batters don’t score runs. We have seen where England’s strengths lie and to counter that it is necessary that your match-winners, who have the experience, score runs, the way Joe Root and Ben Stokes did for England.”

Shreyas Iyer failed to open his account in this match. The right-handed batter got out caught behind. Fans should note that Prasidh Krishna was the player who bowled to Shreyas Iyer when he lost his wicket, and the wicket-keeper who took the catch was none other than Rishabh Pant.


Twitter reacts as Prasidh Krishna got the wicket of Shreyas Iyer in the match between India and Leicestershire

Fans on Twitter got IPL vibes after reading caught Rishabh Pant bowled Prasidh Krishna near the name of Shreyas Iyer on the scorecard. Here are some of the top reactions:



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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