One catch can change more than the course of a cricket match. According to trolls on the internet, it can determine your loyalty to your country.
Ask Arshdeep Singh, Indian pacer who dropped a sitter in the match against Pakistan in the Asia Cup Super 4 clash on Sunday, or go through his social media timelines, and you'll know.
The 23-year-old cricketer has been subjected to vile communal slurs and attacks on his identity, including being called a "Khalistani" in a plethora of posts and comments on Twitter, Instagram and the like.
Questions have been raised about his Indian-ness, for...dropping a catch.
So much for the trolls' logic, common sense, sportspersonship, and ironically enough, loyalty to those representing the country.
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