ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Witty Comment On Instagram About ‘Sharmas’ Scoring More Than Half Of Team India Runs Go Viral

ICC ODI World Cup 2023

A witty message has taken over the Internet stating a fun fact about the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 and the Indian team. Read here

ICC ODI World Cup 2023: The Indian team has been on a roll in this campaign so far. They have won all their five matches and are at the top of the table right now. The best thing is that the Men In Blues have dominated in all those matches.

So far, the Indian team has chased successfully in all five matches. KL Rahul has the best average in the tournament, Virat Kohli is the highest scorer and Rohit Sharma is leading the boundary counts above every batsman.

But, a witty message on WhatsApp has taken over the internet which is really funny yet shows the problem with the current team India. Let’s take a look at the message that has taken the internet by storm.

Sharma Ji Ke Bete

The message that has been circulating on WhatsApp is a fun fact regarding the team India and their batting performances. The message read that “56% of the total runs scored by India in this World Cup have been scored by 2 men(524 out of 927).”

It further reads “First one is Sharma Ji’s son and the second one is Sharma Ji’s son-in-law.” Yes, the message is talking about Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, but this hilarious take on both of them is just something else.

Even the Instagram account that posted the picture captions the picture as “Don’t go by news you get on WhatsApp but love the odd WhatsApp joke: this one is a good one! Enjoy.”

Worrisome Sign In ICC ODI World Cup 2023

The main question is do we have to take this witty Whatsapp message as a warning for India’s upcoming campaign? The answer is a straight no. This message does not prove that other batsmen have been bad but just proves that the pair of RohiRat is just that amazing.

Moreover, the other batsmen have also been performing well and have scored whenever they get the opportunity.

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