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Twitter celebrates as Kuldeep Yadav gets first wicket in India vs England Test series

Twitteratis just can't handle themselves after Kuldeep Yadav gets his first wicket in the ongoing India-England Test series.

In the ongoing test series between India and England, the selection committee has played quite a role for the team. In the first series going with experience, selectors picked Bumrah and Ishant Sharma following Ravichandran Ashwin, Shahbaaz Nadeem, and Washington Sundar.

However, fans were not happy with the playing XI squad of team India. Some criticized the move to drop Siraj considering the fact that he was the one who led the bowling department and took the most number of wickets against Australia. Also, left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav was not at all in the picture. This came out as a big shock for Kuldeep’s fans. So after his inclusion in the second test, many were hoping for some magical spells from the left-arm spinner but Ashwin taking all the limelight, Kuldeep hardly manages to bowl some overs.

On the last day when India was in a driver’s seat, Kuldeep Yadav finally took his first wicket in the series dismissing England wicketkeeper, Ben Foakes. And little did we know, Twitteratis had already started celebrating Kuldeep’s first wicket by either sharing memes or by expressing their emotions.

Have a look:

Having said that, India has won the end test against England by 317. Kuldeep Yadav was the one who took the last wicket of Moin Ali.

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Mayuresh Patil
My Instagram says I am silent-ink, My Facebook says I am a Newsy Guy. And My Gmail says I am an Utter Chaos. To sum up, a combination of Creativity + Simplicity. Also, never underestimate the power of words.

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