New Delhi: After the stunning victory of Pakistan’s cricket team over India, ‘Maaro mujhe maaro’ guy aka Momin Saqib buzzing with happiness went bonkers on the field and began to pluck the grass out while uttering, “This 10 wickets victory will be remembered and cherished, I feel like eating the mud.” The video capturing the fanatic Pakistan fan’s moment went viral on social media.
A die-hard Pakistan cricket fan Momin Saqib went viral with a video during the 2019 World Cup. However, in that video, one can witness him tickling the funny bones of the viewers through his heart-felt disappointment from the Pakistan team, and his gutted and honest reaction made him a viral sensation on social media.
Here are some of the reactions to the India Vs Pakistan T20 World Cup Match:
Dressing room scenario #INDvPAK pic.twitter.com/vCJixvTnFI
— தோனியின் பட்டறை???? (@Dhoni_workshop) October 24, 2021
Not our day + tomorrow is Monday
— Chennai Super Kings – Mask P????du Whistle P????du! (@ChennaiIPL) October 24, 2021
Indians waiting for a wicket be like: pic.twitter.com/PKTjJMFKrO
— Param (@Panjabisailor) October 24, 2021
A record-breaking 100-plus opening stand between openers Mohammad Rizwan (79*) and skipper Babar Azam (68*) powered Pakistan to an emphatic 10 wicket win over India on Sunday in their opening game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup at Dubai.
For the first time ever, India lost a T20I by 10 wickets and Pakistan won a T20I by 10 wickets. The unbeaten 152-run partnership between Azam and Rizwan is the highest partnership for Pakistan against India for any wicket in T20Is.
“We didn’t execute properly. Credit where it’s due and Pakistan outplayed us today. They started brilliantly with the ball, and 3 wickets for 20 runs was not a good start. We needed wickets early but with the bat, they gave us absolutely no chances. It played slow in the first half and hitting through the line was not that easy as it was in the second half, after 10 overs,” Indian Cricket team captain Virat Kohli said after the match.
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