Dinesh Karthik gives witty reply to Chris Lynn for suggesting him to ‘at least wear pants’

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on reddit
Share on pinterest

KKR batsman Dinesh Karthik came up with a witty reply after MI’s Australian opener Chris Lynn suggested him to ‘at least wear pants’. Lynn had commented on a picture in which Karthik could be seen getting vaccinated for Covid-19.

KKR batsman Dinesh Karthik (AFP Image)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Dinesh Karthik shared a picture of him getting his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine
  • MI’s Lynn suggested KKR’s Karthik to ‘at least wear pants’
  • Dinesh Karthik gave a witty reply to the Australian quarantining in the Maldives

Indian Premier League (IPL) has been indefinitely postponed but the banters between the players continue. All the franchises have ensured that their players reach their respective homes safely. Chartered flights were arranged for the overseas players and all except the Australians are already with their families.

The flight ban from India to Australia until June 15 in the wake of second wave of Covid-19 outbreak in the Asian country has left almost 3 dozen players, support staff and commentators involved in the IPL 2021 locked out of their country.

All the IPL-based Australians are quarantining in the Maldives until further instructions and with nothing much to do some of them are using friendly social media banters with fellow players as a tool to get over their isolation woes.

Mumbai Indians opener Chris Lynn on Tuesday, tried trolling Kolkata Knight Riders vice-captain Dinesh Karthik for wearing camouflage joggers and slippers in a picture in which he can be seen taking his first dose of Covid-19 vaccine.

“Could have at least worn pants,” Lynn commented.

“I was thinking shorts like you , then realised I’m not in Maldives . So wore this,” Karthik quipped, leaving his fans excited. “Savage,” one of the fans reacted.

Chris Lynn played Mumbai Indians’ season opener against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and top-scored for his team in the match. However, he was dropped after Quinton de Kock completed his quarantine time and became eligible to play.

Dinesh Karthik scored 123 runs in 7 innings at an average of 30.75. He was KKR’s 5th highest run-getter when IPL 2021 got postponed after several players tested Covid-19 positive inside bio-bubbles.

Click here for IndiaToday.in’s complete coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.



Source link