The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Saturday hailed the creativity of a bunch of followers, who arrived on the Gabba in Brisbane carrying costumes of well-known Star Wars characters. A bunch of followers have been seen dressed as Stormtroopers carrying their well-known white apparel, whereas one man was seen standing within the center, wearing black costume of principal villain Darth Vader. The followers had come dressed within the apparel to observe Day 2 of the fourth Test between Australia and India, which was marred by rain. Impressed with followers’ modern alternative, the ICC gave them the title of “best dressed up award”.
The finest gown up award on day two goes to #AUSvIND | https://t.co/oDTm20rn07 pic.twitter.com/ob39TdLtCO
— ICC (@ICC) January 16, 2021
“The best dress up award on day two goes to #AUSvIND |,” the ICC tweeted.
The official Twitter deal with of cricket.com.au additionally tweeted a GIF of a platoon of stormtroopers strolling to the venue, with their chief Darth Vader standing within the center.
“Completely normal Brisbane behaviour #AUSvIND,” learn the caption.
Completely regular Brisbane behaviour #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/b8YJNKw78N
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) January 16, 2021
The four-match Test collection between Australia and India at present stands at 1-1.
The hosts emerged victorious within the first Test of the collection which befell on the Adelaide Oval, registering a win by a margin of eight wickets.
Team India skipper Virat Kohli returned again residence following the conclusion of the conflict on paternity go away, with Ajinkya Rahane taking up the skipper’s position in his absence.
India bounced again to degree the collection with a win within the second sport which was held on the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) hosted the third conflict, which resulted in a draw after the guests, marred by a number of accidents, batted for 131 overs within the fourth innings to avoid wasting the sport.
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