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‘Likhna Sikh Jaao Pehle’ - Netizens Troll Umar Akmal For Misspelling KKR On Social Media

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Umar Akmal became the subject of social media trolling after misspelling Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) while congratulating them on their third IPL title.

On Sunday, KKR dominated Sunrisers Hyderabad with an 8-wicket victory in a one-sided final in Chennai, securing the title after a 10-year gap.

Umar Akmal intended to share his congratulations on social media but ended up writing "KKL" instead of "KKR." His post read, "Congratulations to #kkl on winning #ipl third trophy @KKRiders @IPL‘s @GautamGambhir @ShreyasIyer15."

This error quickly caught the attention of social media users, leading to a series of humorous comments and trolling.

Check the Humorous Twitter Reactions from Fans Here

One user joked, "Congratulations to IPL for winning 3rd KKL Trophy," while another wrote, "Winning to third KKL conhrjulation trophy."

Others chimed in with, "KKL to congratulations on IPL third winning trophy. Lord Umar," "Daru pike Twitter mat chalao bhai," "KKR likhna sikh jaao pehle fir hashtag banana," and "Bhai ye KKL kaunsi team hai? Lord Umar Akmal is being Umar Akmal."

Mitchell Starc played a crucial role in KKR's victory with a sensational opening spell, helping to bowl out Hyderabad for just 113, the lowest total in an IPL final. 

KKR’s batters had an easy task ahead of them. Despite the early loss of Sunil Narine, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, who scored 39, and Venkatesh Iyer, who remained unbeaten on 52, guided the team to victory with a 91-run partnership, finishing the match with 9.3 overs to spare

Umar Akmal is known for his frequent English mistakes, which often lead to trolling from fans. This latest blunder is just another instance in a long line of humorous errors that have made him a favorite target for online jest.