"A draw for the second Test but it was a total Ashes foul for the crowd at Lord's to boo Steve Smith", the politician wrote, as well as posting a picture of Smith sitting inside the famous Lord's Long Room.
Joe Root believes Jofra Archer has changed the dynamic of the Ashes series after a "frightening" Test debut at Lord's.
The star batsman suffered a bout of concussion after being hit on the head by a rapid Archer bouncer on 80, but returned heroically to resume his innings at the fall of the next wicket, before being eventually dismissed on 92. Smith was subsequently replaced by Marnus Labuschagne - the first player substituted in a Test match under the International Cricket Council's new concussion protocol.
Root did not demur when it was suggested that Archer might have the same kind of influence as Australia's Mitchell Johnson, whose express speed saw him claim 37 wickets in the 2013/14 edition.
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From there, demonstrators made there way to Hong Kong's Central district, despite not having an approved permit to do so. When stragglers convened outside a government complex in the late evening, other protesters urged them to go home.
Harbhajan Singh also took to Twitter to respond to his former skipper and said that standards can only improve if the teams are strong but in his opinion, there are no more than four sides who are impressive at the moment in world cricket.
"When you've got that and the skill of other guys around, it makes for a tasty combination and I think that's one of the reasons why we always felt we were in the game tonight and always felt we could get a result right to the end there".
England have named an unchanged 12-man squad for the third Ashes test against Australia starting on Thursday, with recovering seamer James Anderson set to play for Lancashire's second XI to step up his rehabilitation. The second test ended in a draw on Sunday, with Australia leading the five-test series 1-0.