Barmy Army brutally trolls the Aussies in Instagram post

Barmy Army brutally trolls the Aussies in Instagram post

The Barmy Army are leaving no stone unturned in ridiculing the Australian cricketers.

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The Barmy Army are seen after day five of the 1st Test between South Africa and England at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on December 30, 2015, in Durban, South Africa. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Australian cricket hasn’t had an overwhelming period over the past few days. Their attempt to alter the shape of the ball hasn’t gone down well with the cricketing fraternity following which they have been severely bashed. Subsequently, Steve Smith and David Warner were slapped with bans for one year each while Cameron Bancroft was given a nine-month ban.

Moreover, the duo of Smith and Warner also lost their contracts for the upcoming edition of the Indian Premier League. Darren Lehmann has also given his resignation from the role of the head coach after the ongoing Test match at the Wanderers in Johannesburg. Meanwhile, the Barmy Army are leaving no stone unturned in ridiculing the Australian cricketers.

Recently, they released a post on a social media platform, where they churned out a creative way of jibbing at Lehmann, Bancroft, Smith, and Warner. The picture shows the four cricketers being nominated for the Award of Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars surrounding the infamous ball-tampering issue.

Here’s the post on Instagram

The nominees for Best Supporting Actor are in. Who gets your vote?

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 Not the first occasion by the English cricket fans

Previously they also released a hilarious song, ridiculing the sledging acts and the tampering saga. David Warner had several altercations with Quinton de Kock during the opening Test at the Kingsmead in Durban. Following the incident, the Aussie batsman barged into the Proteas wicket-keeper batsman inside the dressing room. Following the incident, Warner received a fine of 75 percent of his match fees.

Meanwhile, he also was greeted with three demerit points while de Kock was spared with a fine of only 25 percent. The Proteas cricketer was mentioned to have hurled lewd comments surrounding Candice Warner’s previous relationship with New Zealand baseball player Sonny Bill Williams, which sparked the brawl. For the time being, it will be interesting to see the tactics the Barmy Army pulls out for trolling Australia.