Fans were highly impressed by Dole’s calm response as the comment section was flooded with praise.
the former New Zealand International Simon Dole came up with a fitting reply for a netizen who tried to troll him. On Friday (May 13), Dole took to Twitter and shared a screenshot of an unpleasant message he received on Instagram. The social media user took a dig at the commentary skills of the former bowler, calling him the ‘worst commentator ever’.
Dole, who is currently serving as a broadcaster in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, decided to hit back at netizens with a sarcastic response. The 52-year-old told the fact that he is getting regular assignments despite being ‘so bad’ at his work. He also pulled up the Instagram user for putting the story through a fake account instead of the original. Fans were highly impressed by Dole’s calm response as the comment section was flooded with praise.
Simon Dole shuts down the troll
“Hmm. Should I accept or block. Can’t believe I still get the job if I’m that bad. Hope you’re amazing at your work you ever are. Maybe That hide behind a fake name and come out and we can chat about our jobs,” read Doll’s tweet.
Hmm. Should I accept or block? Can’t believe I still get work if I’m that bad. Hope you are amazing in your work who ever you are. Maybe hide behind some fake name and come out and we can talk about our work..️ pic.twitter.com/jtYanlENWM
— Simon Doull (@Sdoull) 13 May 2022
Trolling of cricket stars is not a new thing and this matter has been in the headlines in the past as well. Apart from the players, like the coaches, board members and dole, several commentators have also faced the heat on social media. While some shy away from reacting to these harsh messages, others do not hold back.
Meanwhile, we are at the business end IPL 2022 And the race for the playoffs has intensified. So far only Gujarat Titans have officially made it to the last four while Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians have been knocked out of the race. So, seven teams are in a race to take three slots and only time will tell what the final points table looks like.
Notably, 61 of the 70 league-stage games have already taken place and have been dusted off. Therefore, teams must gear up to perform well in their remaining games.
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