Rohit Sharma Reacts After Kieron Pollard Unfollowed Him
Over the years, cricket has seen cricketers from different teams being best buddies when off the field. Similar could be said for the Windies cricketer Kieron Pollard and Indian opener Rohit Sharma. The two have shared great camaraderie over the years.
However, a few days back Pollard unfollowed Rohit Sharma from his Twitter account. The all-rounder has done when only a few days are left for the Caribbean players to face the hosts India in the three-match T20I and ODI series.
Two friends also play alongside each other for Mumbai Indians (MI) in the famous Indian Premier League (IPL). The two have helped the franchise to win four tournament titles, becoming the most successful team of IPL.
Rohit Sharma ‘angry’ reacts after Kieron Pollard unfollows him on Twitter
In the meantime, the sports broadcaster Starsports has roped in Rohit and Pollard for their newest campaign #FrenemiesAtPlay to promote the West Indies tour of India.
And then the Caribbean all-rounder made his decision to unfollow Rohit on Twitter. The news caused a fuss across social media. However, the run-machine reverted back to Windies cricketer.
Although the right-hander hadn’t posted any comment but tagged the Trinidadian cricketer in his post with angry emojis.
The limited-overs series between India and West Indies will be played in this December. The two frenemies will lock horns for this year’s last home series for India. The T20I series will begin from December 6 at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in Hyderabad. Meanwhile, the ODI will commence from 15 December in Chennai, ending on 22 December at Cuttack.
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