RCB’s Official Twitter Handle Trolls Ashoke Dinda After The Win

Royal Challengers Bangalore speedster Umesh Yadav did  not gave a ggod performance in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season, much like most of them from his teammates. Twitter has not left any chance of trolling a bowler who went too many runs. They came up with many jokes and memes related to the cricketer, on the social media trolling Ashoke Dinda.

Ashoke Dinda who was a part of the franchise league since the inaugural edition in 2008 till 2017 where he played for as many as five teams including the likes of Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kolkata Knight Riders. All those bowlers who are getting beaten badly are being trolled and people say that they have become members of Dinda Academy. Memees were also created and circulated on social media in this regard.

Umesh who had been struggling to bag wickets and contain runs until he claimed a3 wicket haul against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) on Wednesday. The ‘Dinda Academy’ trolls on Twitter targeting Umesh, RCB came up a tweet suggesting their pacer no longer should be subjected to such trolls as he has bagged three wickets.


The Twitter handle of RCB took to twitter and tried to troll all those who were making fun of Umesh Yadav by asking, “Dinda academy? What’s what?”fun of Umesh Yadav by asking, “Dinda academy? What’s that?”

Later on, the tweet was deleted by the franchise and they posted an explanation for the same. As some of you pointed out, the previous version of this tweet was in bad taste. However, for all of you who have relentlessly trolled this lad, he said #challengeAccepted and bowled his heart out! 4-0-36-3, 15 off his last two overs and 2 wickets in those!”

This is what he wrote,

“Haters, helping you get you statistics right. Stop and stare well your opinion is not my reality. So shut your hating selves and keep me out of your mouth.”


Danda played 13 ODIS for India, in which he has taken 12 wickets at an economy rate of 6.18 and an average of 51. He has also played 9 T20Is in blue jersey, in which he has taken 17 wickets at an economy rate of 8.17 and an average of 14.41.