User is slammed on Twitter after questioning Shane Warne’s expertise of spin bowling

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The user was doubting Shane Warne’s knowledge who has 1001 international wickets to his credit, which was the funniest part of the whole thing.

The much-anticipated grand finale of the inaugural World Test Championship began on Saturday under rather dismal weather. Both teams chose diametrically opposed methods, with India going with two spinners in the shape of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, while the Kiwis went with four pacers and omitted left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel from their starting XI.

Although it appeared to be a sensible decision given the gloomy circumstances, former Australian spinner Shane Warne’s believes Kane Williamson’s team made a huge error by not fielding a spinner.

In New Zealand, I was quite dissatisfied: Shane Warne

The 51-year-old voiced displeasure that the Kiwis did not field a spin bowler in the World T20 2021 final against India. Shane Warne made an important remark about the massive footprints that were already forming on the wicket, which may cause the ball to turn later in the game. “If India scores more beyond 275/300, the match is finished unless the weather intervenes,” Warne tweeted.

Surprisingly, a Twitter user questioned Warne’s viewpoint, asking if he understood how spin works in cricket. He also stated that due to the rain, this surface will not dry up throughout the game.

Fans mock the Twitter user who questioned Warne

Netizens were quick to mock the user for failing to consider how footprints and other circumstances may potentially bring spinners into play. The user was doubting the knowledge of a spinner who has 1001 international wickets to his credit, which was the funniest part of the whole thing. While some admirers praised Warne as the “God of Spin,” others simply responded with some amusing memes.

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