Ramesh Powar Trolled
source : Twitter

Women’s cricket is going through a critical phase. All this begin after Mithali Raj was dropped from India’s semi-final match in world T20 against England. After that BCCI had a few meetings with the players. A day before yesterday Mithali Raj wrote a letter to BCCI in which he questioned the role of coach Ramesh Powar.

My issues with the coach (Ramesh Powar) started immediately after we landed in the West Indies. At first, there were small signs that his behaviour towards me was unfair and discriminatory, but I did not bother much about it. I didn’t exist in the team. If I’m around, he would immediately move away from the scene. If I looked to wish him, he would deliberately start looking in other direction.

Very next day Ramesh Powar wrote a letter in which he blamed Mithali Raj for being playing for individual record rather than for Nation.

He in his letter wrote she batted for her own milestone and ignored her role. She wasn’t able to keep momentum going which put extra pressure on other batters. For Mithali she comes first then team India. Powar added, “We opened with Mithali Raj due to pressure from the travelling selector and Mithali’s threatening behaviour (retirement) to go back home if not given a chance to open the innings.”

After that, as he was getting a lot of hatred after the controversy. He shared a few philosophical thoughts on his Twitter account.

Here’s how Twitter trolled him for ignoring a legend.

Read: Mithali Raj Writes To BCCI