On September 20, the Indian Cricket Team lost a match against Australia at Mohali Stadium. At IS Bindra Stadium, Australia won the match by 4 wickets. Australia played really well.
Yesterday, three cricketers lost the catch during the match, which has become the reason for India's loss. Those three cricketers were K.L Rahul, Harshal Patel, and Axar Patel. Many media houses have covered it.
But after the match, a question erupted in everyone’s mind when in the Asia Cup, Arshdeep dropped the catch mistakenly. Then some media outlets and most of the media houses covered the news and referred to him as having intentionally left the catch.
Even on his Wikipedia page, an addition has been done by the IP Pakistan where in his Wikipedia page the word Indian squad is changed to ‘Khalistani’. After this incident, the government of India summoned the Wikipedia officials regarding this mistake. After the investigation, it was revealed that all this editing had been done by the Pakistan IP.
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But the question is when a non-Hindu person loses a catch by mistake, then he is addressed as a khalistani or anti-nationalist. But when other sportsmen drop a catch by mistake or if he makes any kind of blunder during the event, then people do not target him.
The India vs Australia match has disappointed cricket fans across the country. Mainly, the performance of the Indian cricket team. But somewhere in our society, there are people with the mindset that believe that only Hindu sportsmen play for their country. If any player can not give his best in international matches, it doesn’t mean we start trolling them. We should appreciate them as if they are playing well or badly. If we have enough reason to troll someone, if they perform well, then we should appreciate it.
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