India is on its way to becoming the home of the largest cricket stadium in the world — the Motera or Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera, Ahmedabad, which has the capacity of hosting 110,000 spectators, more than doubling its previous capacity of 54,000.
The last international game that was played in the Motera Stadium was way back in the year 2014The old structure of the Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera area of Ahmedabad was taken down in the year 2015.
The pictures of newly built Motera Stadium has already created a buzz on social media among the fans and cricketers alike. Michael Vaughan, the former England skipper also reacted to the venue which is expected to be inaugurated by US President Donald Trump really soon.
Michael Vaughan, who is very active on the micro-blogging site Twitter, seems to be having the habit of messing with the Indian cricket fans. Every now and then, Michael comes up with a comment to irk the Indian fans who later troll him left, right and center for his comment. After BCCI shared some beautiful pictures of the stadium, Michael Vaughan tried his old trick again.
Well, BCCI via its official Twitter handle shared some stunning pictures of the Motera Stadium, leaving everyone in awe of its beauty. Sharing the picture of the stadium, BCCI wrote:
“The Sun is out!
Ahmedabad, India ”
Here, check out the first tweet:
— BCCI (@BCCI) February 19, 2020
The tweet soon went viral as the fans and cricketers couldn’t hold back their amazement after looking at the beautiful pictures of the ground. Michael Vaughan also came up with a funny tweet and trolled BCCI by comparing the stadium to the Headingley stadium in Leeds, which only has a capacity of 17,000 sittings. Michael wrote:
“Almost as good as Headingley !!!!,”
Here, check out his tweet:
Almost as good as Headingley !!!! https://t.co/zO4qvLPUar
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 19, 2020
As expected Indian cricket fans turned up with hilarious reactions to the Tweet. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
With 10 time the capacity my friend!!
— Sukhinder Anand (@AnandSukhinder) February 19, 2020
There is no sun in Headingley where there is match.
— Nikhar Srivastava (@iamnikhar) February 19, 2020
And it's in a dry state so no Yorskhire Bitter on offer…
— Sahil Oberoi (@SahilOberoi1) February 19, 2020
Agreed ordinary stadium 😂😂😂
— Reginald ||| (@skeeta2929) February 19, 2020
6 times the capacity
— Tarang (@jaintarang11) February 19, 2020
Not agree with u much bigger than Headingley.!!🤟🤟
— Ganesh B kulkarni (@Ganeshk340) February 19, 2020
There’s no sun at Headingley
— marlon (@marlon87646108) February 19, 2020