India vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan coach Mickey Arthur breaks all CURSE-WORD records, fans declare he is worse than Mirzapur Cast

India vs Sri Lanka – Mickey Arthur Breaks CURSE-WORD records: Head coach Mickey Arthur was left fuming on Tuesday as Sri Lanka…

India vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan coach Mickey Arthur breaks all CURSE-WORD records, fans declare he is worse than Mirzapur Cast
India vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan coach Mickey Arthur breaks all CURSE-WORD records, fans declare he is worse than Mirzapur Cast

India vs Sri Lanka – Mickey Arthur Breaks CURSE-WORD records: Head coach Mickey Arthur was left fuming on Tuesday as Sri Lanka conceded the series to India at Colombo. The hosts were favourites to level the series having reduced the Shikhar Dhawan led team to 193/7, only for Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar to pull off an incredible heist and clinch a win. The manner in which his Sri Lanka sided folded did not please the ever-expressive Arthur, and he soon found himself trending on social media.

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India vs Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan coach Mickey Arthur breaks all CURSE-WORD records, fans declare he is worse than Mirzapur Cast

India vs Sri Lanka – Mickey Arthur Breaks CURSE-WORD records: Mickey Arthur was trending on social media after India took a 2-0 series lead, with fans mocking the Sri Lankan head coach for his animated reactions during the game. Arthur was visibly frustrated with how the game panned out in the final 10 overs of India’s chase and he was seen cursing, and venting his frustration at the local official. Indian fans trolled him mercilessly, with Jamie Alter even suggesting that Mickey Arthur had “cursed more in the last nine minutes than the entire cast of Mirzapur”. Here are some of the top reactions:

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India vs Sri Lanka – Mickey Arthur Breaks CURSE-WORD records: As for the game, Sri Lanka set India a tricky target of 276, with half-centuries from Avishka Fernando and Charith Asalanka, while Chamika Karunaratne and Minod Bhanuka played handy cameos. In response, India lost wickets at regular intervals, but Suryakumar Yadav and Manish Pandey restored parity before the duo were also dismissed in quick succession. Eventually, India needed a heroic 84-run partnership from Deepak Chahar and Bhuvneshwar Kumar to seal the tie, with a former scoring a stellar 82-ball 69 to take his team home.

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