Old tweets from England limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan and key player Joss Buttler have gone viral.
Mumbai, June 9: Controversial tweets from England cricketers are now hotly debated. Two of England’s top players have been embroiled in controversy over mocking Indians and making racist remarks against them. England’s limited overs captain Ian Morgan (Eoin Morgan) And key player Jose Butler (Joss Buttler) Older tweets from these two players go viral (Viral) Are done. The ECB has decided to investigate the matter. England fast bowler Oli Robinson (Ollie Robinson) His controversial tweet has caused an earthquake in England cricket. Robinson is now followed by controversial tweets from several veteran players. The England and Wales Cricket Board is preparing to investigate and crack down on these players (ECB) Has started
Morgan is currently the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) The captain of this IPL team is Butler Rajasthan Royals (RR) Is a member of the team. He has used the word ‘sir’ to ridicule Indians. The Telegraph also shared a screenshot of Butler’s tweet in the case.
Butler tweeted, “Sir, I always answer you. There is no one like you and me.” Morgan responded to his tweet by tagging Butler. These tweets are from the year 2018, at which time both Butler and Morgan were established in the England team.
Anderson in trouble
England fast bowler James Anderson (James Anderson) One of his tweets from 11 years ago is now viral (Tweet Viral) Anderson, England’s most successful fast bowler, is said to have tweeted this in February 2010. In it he played Stuart Broad (Stuart Broad) The haircut is said to have been done like a lesbian person. “I saw Brody’s new haircut today. I’m not sure, but he looks like a 15-year-old lesbian.” This tweet was made by Anderson.
The England Cricket Board has announced that it will also investigate the old posts of England cricketers that went viral after the Robinson case.