‘Virat Kohli > Babar Azam’ : Kenya Bank savagely trolls Pakistan fan who mocked Sourav Ganguly

The fan tried to troll Ganguly over security protocols in a Kenya bank

Babar Azam - Virat Kohli
Babar Azam - Virat Kohli ( Image Credit: Twitter)

The debate among the fans of who is the best batter between Virat Kohli and Babar Azam never seems to stop. It is the one hot topic of discussion and often the fans and followers of the game go to any extent to prove their points. While both the batters share mutual respect off the field, the fans though do not want to accept the fact.

One such incident occurred in Kenya when a Pakistani fan tried to be smart and mocked former legendary cricketer Sourav Ganguly. 

The fan took to Twitter to troll Ganguly over security protocols in a Kenya bank. He tweeted:

“I visited the Bank of Kenya yesterday. The staff asked me for my fingerprints and mobile no. I asked them why they added so much security. They told me that a man named Sourav Ganguly had committed fraud for years against their fragile bowling .I was shocked but not surprised.”

The bank reverted with a save reply and responded “ The National Bank responded by saying: “Hi, we appreciate your humor. Ganguly was a great player, Tikolo even better. Oh, and one more thing. Kohli > Babar.”

It’s no secret that Ganguly thrived while playing against the African side, as he scored 588 runs in just 10 innings against them during the late 90s and early 2000s. 

As soon as the National Bank posted this savage tweet, the Pakistani fan didn’t take it lightly and hit back by saying, Indian skipper Virat Kohli is a choker in his book. Again the fan had to bore the brunt of the National Bank, who replied by saying: ‘Precisely why your book is unheard of.’

Meanwhile, Babar Azam with his century in the third ODI against England retains the top position for the batters in the ICC ODI rankings.  

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