Fortunes have quickly changed for the cricket team of England. After they recently defeated New Zealand with a better boundary count to secure the 2019 World Cup. After that, in the Ashes Series, they are first after the World Cup, has failed to reclaim the prestigious urn with their Manchester Test defeat on September 8. Soon after their defeat, the Australian Federal Police has targeted the cricket team of England via a series of Twitter posts. 

The Australian Federal Police post reads: “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.”

Australian Federal Police Troll England Cricket Team After Ashes Defeat

In another tweet, Australian’s have recalled England’s 2019 World Cup victory over New Zealand. The tweet had a mention about Ben Stokes of England, for his heroics in the Headingley Test.

Australian Federal Police Troll England Cricket Team After Ashes Defeat

Australia has retained the Ashes by taking a lead of 2-1 over England in the Five-Test series. The Australian Federal Police has expressed their happiness for the same, tweets: “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.”

Australian Federal Police Troll England Cricket Team After Ashes Defeat

The fifth Ashes Test Series will be played in London’s Kennington Oval, start from September 12.

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