Before the clash between India and Australia, cricket personalities Matthew Hayden and Yuvraj engaged in a Twitter banter setting the mood for the match which is to be held at The Oval, London on Sunday.
Before the highly-anticipated World Cup clash between India and Australia at The Oval on Sunday, the mood was set on social media after former-Australian batsman Matthew Hayden started a friendly banter battle with Yuvraj Singh.
Impressed with an advertisement poking fun at India’s lack of World Cup titles, the 47-year-old Australian asked the 2011 World Cup star, if he had seen the ad where an Australian fan is balancing five trophies; two on their palm, two on the shoulder and one on the head.
Indulging in the fun, Hayden replied about how the Australian team should let India win another title and increase the competition between the two dominant cricket teams.
The banter war between Hayden and Singh has set the mood for the clash on Sunday, where the Aaron-Finch led side would be looking to make it three wins in three, whereas Virat Kohli and his compatriots would want to continue their momentum from their six-wicket win against South Africa earlier this week.
The match starts at 3 PM (IST) on Sunday.
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