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PAK PM had fun over India’s defeat, Irfan Pathan stopped speaking by telling the bitter truth of Pakistan

PAK PM had fun over India’s defeat, Irfan Pathan stopped speaking by telling the bitter truth of Pakistan


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Published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 17:04 [IST]

Irfan Pathan responds to Pakistan PM: The dream of watching the final match of the World Cup between the teams of India and Pakistan is now broken. Crores of fans of both the countries are disappointed by this. At the same time, some people are celebrating India’s semi-final defeat in Pakistan. After India’s defeat from across the border, many reactions have come to the fore. Some people expressed regret over India’s defeat, while some did not describe India as a team worthy of playing the final.

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Irfan Pathan

Shahbaz Sharif trolled India

Pakistani PM Shahbaz Sharif was very happy with India’s defeat. His happiness was that as soon as the team lost, he made a tweet about the team from his official Twitter account. Trolling India, he wrote, ‘So on Sunday there will be a match of 152/0 vs 170/0.’ On this tweet of Shahbaz Sharif, the cricket fans of both the countries are continuously expressing their reactions.

Irfan Pathan stopped speaking

It is very rare to see former cricketer Irfan Pathan remaining silent when it comes to India-Pakistan. Irfan Pathan has given a befitting reply to Pakistani PM Shahbaz Sharif’s tweet. Tagging Shahbaz Sharif’s tweet, he wrote that this is the difference between you and us. We are happy in our happiness and you are in other’s trouble. That’s why there is no focus on improving one’s own country.

India is out of world cup

Let us tell you that after the humiliating defeat against England by ten wickets, the Indian team is out of the World Cup. Another knockout match turned out to be bad for the Indian team. Fans are not able to digest this kind of performance of the biggest contender team of this tournament. There is constant talk of mistakes made by the team. India had won four out of five matches in the group stage, but had to face defeat in the semi-finals.

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Irfan Pathan responds to Pakistan PM for trolling Indian team check tweets

Story first published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 17:04 [IST]



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