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Australian cricket great Adam Gilchrist forced to address ‘absolutely fake’ quote from online troll

Australian cricket great Adam Gilchrist forced to address ‘absolutely fake’ quote from online troll

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Australian cricket great Adam Gilchrist has been forced to call out an online troll for fabricating inflammatory quotes attributed to him.

A graphic was posted in a Pakistani cricket supporters’ Facebook group that accused Gilchrist of saying “Pakistan (is) the worst Asian team in Australian conditions, what (have) they won here in the last 35 years?”

The group member who found the graphic was quick to defend Pakistan, who played well during their recent three-Test tour of Australia, despite losing the series 3-0.

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“I know Pak performance is not up to the mark in Australia. For Adam’s knowledge, Pakistan won ‘92 WC (World Cup) in Australia. We played WC T20 2022 final there too,” the patriotic cricket fan said.

Gilchrist was quickly made aware of the fake quote and quashed it immediately.

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“I never said this. Absolutely fake, made up quotes,” he said of the attribution.

“Pakistan were excellent at times this summer, against a world champion Aust team and very nearly pinched a Test or two.”

Pakistan were crushed by 360 runs in the first Test at Perth Stadium to begin the series, but bounced back in Melbourne where, if not for some crucial dropped catches, they might have had their first Test victory on Australian soil since 1995/96.

Adam Gilchrist quickly shut down the trolling, pointing out he’d said no such thing. Credit: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

They were again impressive in Sydney for the third and final Test, but ultimately went down again as Australia chased their target of 130 with eight wickets left to spare.

Gilchrist, meantime, recently joined the Centre for Australia-India Relations as an advisory board member.

The country’s greatest ever wicketkeeper-batter will juggle the new role with a number of other portfolios he already holds.

The 52-year-old is currently the global brand ambassador for the University of Wollongong and a World Vision goodwill ambassador, on top of his role as a commentator for cricket in Australia.

His latest venture completes a busy list of commitments for Gilchrist, who has been an outspoken critic of the direction of the game in recent times.

Gilchrist, who played 96 Tests and 287 ODIs for Australia during his 13-year international career, in November took aim at the ICC for an over-populated schedule for all-format players.

After winning their sixth World Cup, Australia’s full complement of stars weren’t even afforded the luxury of coming home to celebrate, with a T20 series against India immediately following the historic win.

Speaking to SEN in November, Gilchrist slammed the ever-increasing chaos of cricket’s non-stop schedule.

“We’ve got a T20 series just four days after a World Cup. That’s just greed and filling the coffers, that’s really all that is,” he said.

Adam Gilchrist has a new role. Credit: X

The proliferation and rise of T20 cricket, particularly in domestic franchise leagues such as the IPL, has left ODI cricket, outside of World Cups, in the lurch, given Test cricket’s concrete standing in the landscape of the game.

But Gilchrist thinks all three forms of the game can co-exist, so long as they are scarce enough to retain relevance.

“I think there’s enough room for the three formats of the game — just don’t play too much of any of them,” he said.

“I’m comfortable in the 50-over format, but it seems inevitable it will only be at World Cups and Champions Trophies.”

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has led calls to reduce ODIs to 40 overs, but Gilchrist poured cold water over that idea.

“There’s life in the 50-over game,” he said.

“50 overs showed us there is time for nuances of the game and for fightbacks like (Glenn Maxwell’s) innings against Afghanistan, but I think the days of bilateral ODI series are over.”

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