Heats Coach Darren Lehmann’s Twitter account got hacked during the match against Sydney Thunders

The 25th match of the ongoing BBL Season between Brisbane Heats and Sydney Thunders has not gone well has the match was reduced to 8 overs per side due to the Rain.

After winning the toss heats decided to bat first and they’ve played it very well has the opener Tom Banton smashed half-century only in 16 balls and made it the second-fastest half-century ever in the BBL.

Tom Banton has ended up scoring 56 runs off 19 balls which included 7 sixes and 2 fours and with a massive strike rate of 294.74 and the opener, Chris Lynn has ended up scoring 31 runs off 13 balls which included 2 sixes and 3 fours with a strike rate of 238.46.

Heats ended up scoring 119/4 in the given 8 overs and won the match has Thunders lost the match with 16 runs (DLS METHOD)

Everything went fine for the heats but except one thing and that on Twitter has the Heats Coach Darren Lehmann’s account got hacked.

Darren Lehmann’s Twitter account got hacked:

The hacked has changed the username, profile picture, and profile name of the account and posted Tweet. Some fans eventually understood that the account was hacked and replied for the Tweet by saying that the account is hacked.

After that Brisbane Heat posted the tweet on their official Twitter handle saying that they know that Darren Lehmann’s Twitter account got hacked and working with Twitter to get back the account.

Hackers Reply To the Brisbane Heats Tweet:


However, Darren Lehmann found his way back to the Twitter Handle and he has apologized for his followers for the Tweets posted on the account, said he will be taking a break from Social Media and Thanked Brisbane Heat and Cricket Australia for helping him solve this barrier.

Darren Lehmann’s Tweets after account got recovered:

For more Cricket News, Click here