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Pak vs NZ semifinal: Indian cricketers slammed for taking jibe at Pakistan’s win

Pak vs NZ semifinal: Indian cricketers slammed for taking jibe at Pakistan's win

Pakistan Cricket Team has become the first side to qualify for the ICC T20 World Cup final after thrashing away New Zealand in a one-sided semifinal clash. The two teams met at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Wednesday, and Babar Azam and co made sure to thumb up in all departs.

After showcasing exciting fielding and bowling performances to restrict New Zealand four down to 152, the skipper and the wicketkeeping batter Babar and Mohammad Rizwan, made sure to turn out the best opening pair. Or precisely, once again took a strong grip on their capacities.

The duo has been criticized for various reasons, including their failure to perform in the marque event. However, they have tackled the criticism coming their way with enchanting and sensible knocks in the semifinal. Babar’s 53 and Rizwan’s 57 became the reason why Pakistan got an inch closer to victory. Mohammad Haris took charge of the remaining runs to mark a happy end for the encounter.

Where Pakistan’s triumph is the subject to discuss all over the world, their win seems indigsetsible to some, including the former Indian cricketers. Irfan Pathan is one of them who now talks about grace, and posts a few minutes later that it is not directed to the players. Taking a jibe at Pakistan, he called the tactics ungrateful.

However, doing so, he has found himself in hot water after the patriots have come to defend. Let’s take a look.

Amit Mishra, who could not last in Indian cricket for a long, has once again taken a silly dig at Pakistan. Last days, he was in the headlines for trilling Babar Azam on his inferior form this World Cup. You can read the story here.

This time, he has termed Pakistan’s win an upset of the World Cup 2022. Just like before, he has found himself in hot water for senslessly criticizing Pakistan.

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