Australian federal Police mocks England as Aussies retain Ashes 2019

Australian federal Police mocks England as Aussies retain Ashes 2019
Australian federal Police mocks England as Aussies retain Ashes 2019

Australia vs England, one of the most-anticipated riavlry in cricket, comes to an end this year, with Aussies retaining the title. Meanwhile, Australian Federal Police (AFP) has mocked the Three Lions on social media, over the victory of the Aussies in a thrilling and adventurous Ashes 2019. The land Down Under defeated England by 185 runs in the fourth test at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday.

“Good to see reports that a group of Australians in Manchester overnight have foiled the activities of a gang involved in a series of robberies targeting Aussies and Kiwis in England this Northern summer. You’re welcome, @metpoliceuk”, AFP tweeted after victory of Oz over English players.

In another tweet, AFP mocked England all-rounder Ben Stokes who orginally hails from New Zealand and the England’s victory in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The Three Lion won their maiden World Cup with the boundary-countback rule following the exciting super-over, which too conclude any result. AFP said in a tweet, “This gang previously stole a valuable cup from the hands of some of our NZ neighbours in London, followed by one of their red-headed members attempting to wrestle an antique urn away from its rightful owners during a visit to Headingly.”

While mocking Ashes urn, they said, “We are glad to see the urn is back where it belongs – even if the contents appear to be badly damaged by fire. Sorry @nzpolice, we understand that gang does not want to hand over the cup anytime soon.”

Steven Smith was named the player of the match for his exceptional double-hundred in the first innings (211) and getting another half-century in the second innings (82). Now, Australia is leading the series by 2-1 where only one match is left to play. England vs Australia 5th Test will be played at the Oval from September 12.

-PTC News