Cricket is a very popular game in the Indian sub-continent and fans tend to take the results of the match on their heart. Going by the past, we can easily say that majority of Bangladeshi fans need to learn the concept of sportsman spirit.
In the ICC World Cup 2015, India won the India Vs Bangladesh match quite easily as the Indian batsman Rohit Sharma played a superb innings; however, a controversial umpiring decision which went against Bangladesh made its fans so angry that they started using their photoshop skills for insulting India.
The first such incident happened when a photoshopped image went viral on the Internet and showed a Bangladeshi bowler Taskin Ahmed holding the head of M. S. Dhoni who was Indian skipper at that time.
The incident was slammed heavily by not just Indians but cricket lovers from all across the globe.
Now the two neighbors are going to face each other again in the semi-finals of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at Edgbaston, Birmingham, on Thursday and once again, a photoshopped image is going viral on social media, which has obviously been posted to insult India.
The picture shows a tiger draped in the Bangladeshi flag chasing and preying a dog that is draped in the Indian fag. A Bangladeshi fan has posted this image on social media site Facebook and the caption is written in Bengali, i.e., “Mama khela jombe”, which means that ‘brother, it will be a good game.’
We also want it to be a good game but one thing that should be remembered by the fans is that matches are won on the field and not on social media sites, so learn to respect your opponent!
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