Dean Jones is the only Australian commentator in the ongoing Test series between India and England © AFP
Dean Jones is the only Australian commentator in the ongoing Test series between India and England © AFP

After Australia got all out for mere 85 in the first innings of second Test against South Africa at Hobart, fans began making fun of their batting on social media and started trolling them. That kind of trolling troubled many Australians and one of them was former Australian cricketer Dean Jones, who is currently in India and doing the commentary job in the ongoing Test series between India and England. On a track which is well known for being batting friendly, turned into a bowler friendly, especially for pacers. South Africa‘s bowlers exploited it to near perfection knocking out Australia for 85. This is their second instance of getting all out under 100 in a Test innings in last one year.

It seemed like Australian fans and former cricketers faced more humiliation than their team and Jones was found to be one of them. On Saturday morning, while Jones was preparing for commentating, every other English commentators was coming to him and asking for Australia’s score in order to tease him. It was started by Michael Atherton, to which Jones got irritated and replied that he is not going to talk to him. From there on, he kept trying hiding from everyone but one by one, every English commentators teased him to the point that they followed him till the washroom.

Geoffrey Boycott and Ian Botham were among those English commentators who irritated Jones a lot. Later, even Jatin Sapru did not miss this opportunity to take a dig at Australian team in from of Jones by showing a hilarious tweet from Adam Mountford.

Watch the entire video how Jones was troubled his so called commentators friend.

Well, in the video, they did not include Twitter legend in trolling & commentator par excellence  Virender Sehwag. The former Australian himself tweeted on Saturday and asked Sehwag  not to ask him the score of Australia.

Had StarSports included Sehwag in this video, it could have been more hilarious than it was. The second day of the second Test between Australia and South Africa at Hobart was been called off because of heavy rain and the hosts were probably praying for the same to happen in next three days as well.