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'Who Will Be The Next PM?', 'How Do Avengers Stop Thanos?': Twitterati Come Up With Hilarious Questions After Anil Kumble's On-spot Prediction Of India-Australia Series

Written By Narayan R | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Having realised each and every of Anil Kumble's prediction of the Australia-India series come true, Twitterati came up with a few hilarious questions of their own
  • Kumble had predicted that the series would end up 2-1 in favor of India, and so it happened

Former Indian leg-spinning great, head coach Anil Kumble was the subject of some funny questions on Twitter after it was found out that he had accurately predicted the outcome of the recently concluded four-Test series between Australia and India.

Kumble had predicted that the series would end up 2-1 in favor of India, and so it happened. He had also predicted that one of the fixture would end up in a draw because of rain, and that's what transpired in the fourth and final Test in Sydney, which ended in stalemate after rain played spoilsport on Day Four and Five.

READ: Virat Kohli And Co Beat Australia 2-1, Record India's First Ever Test Series Win Down Under

Having realised each and every of his prediction come true, Twitterati came up with a few hilarious questions of their own, asking India's leading wicket-taker to predict the outcome of those.

In a befitting reply to their critics, who accused them of failing to show up on the overseas tours, Virat Kohli and his men moved past their tag of 'Pushovers' and beat Australia by 2-1 in the four-match Test series, and in doing so, recorded India's first ever Test series win Down Under.

Following a washout on Day Five of the final Test in Sydney, history was created and the Indian team became the first and the only Asian team to win a Test series in Australia. Kohli, as a skipper, achieved something not even the likes of Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble could achieve in the past.

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