T20 World Cup 2022 Final, PAK vs ENG: T20 World Cup 2022 is over. England’s team has become champion for the second time by defeating Pakistan by 5 wickets. With the defeat of Pakistan, a new ruckus started on social media. Indian fans started making fun of the team of their neighboring country fiercely. At the same time, some former and current cricketers also joined this sequence. Team India’s star fast bowler Mohammad Shami trolled former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar. However, after that tweet, the matter has increased further.
Shami trolled Akhtar
Team India’s star fast bowler Mohammad Shami also tweeted after Pakistan’s defeat by writing such a thing, which the people of Pakistan did not like. Actually it happened that former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar posted an emoji of heartbreak on Twitter after Pakistan’s defeat. Through this tweet, he was showing his disappointment. After which Shami replied to his tweet and wrote, ‘Sorry brother. This is called karma.’ This happened because Akhtar had fiercely criticized the Indian bowlers after India’s loss against England.
Afridi also replied
After Shami’s tweet, the ruckus has increased. Now former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has also replied to Shami for that tweet. Afridi while talking to a Pakistan TV channel said, “We are cricketers, we are ambassadors and also role models. We should try that all this ends. Things that spread hatred among people should not happen. If we do this, then what to expect from the common man. Our relationship with sports will be better. Even if you are a retired player, you should not do this but you are currently playing, all these things should be avoided.
England won the title for the second time
England has won the T20 World Cup title for the second time after 12 years since 2010. In the final match of T20 World Cup 2022 played in Australia, England defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets to capture the trophy. In 2019, England won the ODI World Cup by defeating New Zealand, while three years later, once again this team won the ICC title. After winning the tournament in 2010 under the captaincy of Paul Collingwood, England are now champions under the captaincy of Jos Buttler.
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