Hatching banters from across the borders, the India versus Pakistan confrontation in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, staged at the Old Trafford in Manchester on Sunday (June 16) has become the most tweeted one-day worldwide match on microblogging site Twitter assembling 2.9 million tweets, Twitter said in a statement.
After suffering the loss against India, Sarfaraz had warned his teammates about the possible backlash. "Boys are dedicated, committed, professionals and they will be back", he says in the video.
Needless to say, Pakistani fans were certainly disappointed with the way the game played out.
The BoG agreed that the teams's performance in the tournament had been "below expectation", but hoped that the Greenshirts would "utilise all their talent and potential in the remaining matches to bounce back strongly and finish on a high". The 1992 world champions next play South Africa at Lord's on Sunday.
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The Pakistanis have been resting since their arrival in London on Monday evening. "Once the selectors have picked the touring squad and given it to the captain and management, I don't think the selectors should be anywhere near the team".
Pakistan, now placed ninth in the table will be eager to outplay a struggling South African side in their next match.
Pakistan's Mohammad Amir during the match against India. The actor was also spotted cheering for team India from the stands and breaking into a dance in the commentary box.
India, on the other, have not lost a single game in the cricket's biggest tournament.