India made the fourth and final test on Monday in Sydney, to win the series 2-1 on Australia, winning the country's first series in Australia. Congratulations to Bollywood actress Preity Zinta among Captain Virat Kohli and well wishers for Team India. However, Kings XI Punjab, co-owner of the Indian Premier League (IPL) team, made a minor mistake in their tweets. Fans got to know the mistake on the social media platform and trolled the Bollywood star to the city.
Preity Zinta tweeted, "Congratulations to the boys in blue to be the first Asian team to win Under-A-Test matches."
Congratulations to the boys in blue to be the first Asian team to win the Test match below@ cheteshwar1 To accept praise#AUSvsIND #victory #ting #TeamIndia #IndianCricketTeam @BCCI pic.twitter.com/2oaZtRZIcA
– Preeti Zi Zinta (@realpreityzinta) January 7, 2019
Unfortunately for the Bollywood actress, India is not the first Asian team to win the Test in Australia – they are the first players to win the Test Series Down Under.
Some fans just corrected the error but some others were not kind.
Correction: * Test Series
– Rand Panditri (@flukypunditry) January 7, 2019
Series Preity did not match
– Lakhbir Singh (@ 100000 billion) January 7, 2019
Not a Test match. India is the first Asian team to win the Test series below.
– Saranash Swaroop (@panda_saransh) January 7, 2019
Madam's Test Series
– Dhawal Parva (@gala_dhaval) January 7, 2019
Test Series Test Match *
– Karan Gill (@Kangangillaus) January 7, 2019
Test series to be precise
– Frieden Bentig (@Sportkommentatr) January 7, 2019
Half Lethal is not very dangerous; First team to win Test match, Madam First Team, which has won the Win Test Series Test match
– Mihir Shah (@ MiheerShah79) January 7, 2019
On Monday, the rain was abandoned on the last day of the Sydney Test, which ended the waiting period of 71 years for India to win the Test series in Australia.
After the start of Australia's tour in 1947-48, India did this for the first time. As a result, Virat Kohli became the first Indian and first Asian captain to win Test series in Australia.
India reached the best possible start by winning the tight opener by 31 runs on day 5 in Adelaide – their first Test victory in Australia in a decade.
Australia returned to Perth, leveling the series, winning the match by 146 runs.
But another century of Pujara in Melbourne set the audience for a big first innings and when Australia made the captaincy in response to the 151, then India was set to take a strange situation in the series coming to Sydney .