Making a sensational revelation, BCCI today claimed that team India was suffering from split personality disorder, with alternate personality being a gully cricket team.
This is the first incident recorded of an incensed mob showing their anger in the aftermath of yet another humiliating series defeat of Indian team overseas.
“Yes we have decided to bury the hatchet and get over our personal differences to strengthen subcontinent forces against foreign forces,” said Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ajinkya Rahane in unison as they embraced each other.
ICC took this decision after closely following performances of India in test matches abroad over past couple of years, where ICC saw a tremendous will in Indian players to get over a test match asap outside the subcontinent.
After failing in their repeated attempts to extract some performance out of Rohit Sharma, BCCI has now instructed Indian selectors to stop looking for talent in any upcoming promising player.
“It is just a way to check if I have the sufficient amount of ‘talent’ that Rohit bhai is blessed with, to remain a part of playing 11 despite failing continuously,” Kohli told Faking News.
Latest reports suggest that cricketer Virat Kohli’s poor form on England tour is a deliberate act aimed at testing Anushka Sharma’s loyalty towards him.
CSK batsman and part time Indian fielder Suresh Raina today claimed that it is his nephew who has been playing all this while for India and performing poorly.
“The amount of sledging, aggression, passion etc involved in MIvsRCB encounters far exceeds combined sledging in all international matches played so far,” claimed Rajiv Shukla, Vice President BCCI.
Pollard will now join the ranks of Sachin, Kumble, Ponting etc. in the already over crowded but gifted advisory board of Mumbai Indians and pass his time there.