'No sh*t questions like who’s your favourite Indian player'- Mitchell McClenaghan before starting Q&A session on Twitter

‘No sh*t questions like who’s your favourite Indian player’- Mitchell McClenaghan before starting Q&A session on Twitter

Like many of his counterparts, McClenaghan is spending time on social media during self-isolation.

Rohit Sharma & Mitchell McClenaghan
Rohit Sharma & Mitchell McClenaghan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The ongoing situation regarding the WHO-credited pandemic that is the coronavirus COVID-19 has brought the entire world to a screeching halt. Every facet of life has been disrupted by the virus, which originated from the Wuhan city of China late last year. With ‘self-isolation’ and ‘social distancing’ the need of the hour, public figures from all walks of life are taking to social media to urge people to stay indoors. 

New Zealand fast bowler and a T20 globetrotter, Mitchell McClenaghan used the analogy of Condom and STD to urge people to refrain from socializing. With no cricketing action on display, former and current cricketers are taking to Twitter to engage in a Question-Answer session with their fans.

Mitchell McClenaghan did the same on Saturday, and true to his character, the left-hander started the Q&A session with a cheeky tweet where he asked fans to not ask the usual ‘sh*t questions’ like who is his favourite player as he has clearly stated in the past that it is his Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma.

“Alright will give #askmitch a crack. No shit questions like who’s your favourite Indian player – you know it’s @imRo45”

Mitchell McClenaghan left PSL early

The 33-year-old was recently a part of the Karachi Kings franchise in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and was one of the many foreign internationals who had to leave the tournament midway due to the coronavirus threat. McClenaghan had to return to New Zealand following the announcement of self-isolation by his country’s government.

The left-arm fast bowler is a part of the Mumbai Indians franchise and has been a part of multiple title-winning heists under Rohit Sharma. Speaking of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the tournament has been put under jeopardy due to the pandemic.

The 13th edition of the cash-rich league was supposed to start on March 29th with Mumbai Indians locking horns against Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede. But, it has now been postponed till April 15th and uncertainly galore around the viability of its staging at this time of the year.