The 1.5 billion people living on the subcontinent are today relishing in the fact that Australians are pathetic losers with shameful convict lineage who like to cheat in cricket because we are cowards who get favoured by umpires.

When including the other members of the greater Indian diaspora, it is estimated that there is roughly 1.8 billion people around the world currently leaving comments on cricketing forums and news articles, rubbing salt in the wounds of the betrayed Australian cricket community.

This follows Australian cricketer Cameron Bancroft was charged with ball tampering, and his captain Steve Smith suspended for one Test after he admitted that he and other senior players, who he refused to name, plotted during a lunch break to illegally tamper with the ball in the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town.

Cricket greats including Shane Warne, Adam Gilchrist and Michael Clarke have slammed the attempted cheating, which has prompted an investigation from Cricket Australia.

Even Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has weighed in on the disgusting display of poor sportsmanship, however no one has been as scolding as Indian people on social media.

“LOSTRALIANS” wrote 200 million people.

“Pathetic losers! Alsways cheating!!” wrote another 100 million.

Australians have been advised by the ICC to not bite back to these inflammatory comments, as Indian nationals draw parallels between the current ball tampering scandal and every single match they have ever lost to Australia.

Fox Sports and ESPNcricket’s social media administrators have also plead for upset Australian cricketing fans to avoid engaging in online spats with anyone who has display picture that features Sachin Tendulkar.






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