Pakistanis are completely frustrated with their Nation's repeated loss against India in ICC tournaments. 2017 Champions Trophy loss was more hurtful than any other tournaments. Team India completely dominated Pakistan and a hapless Pakistan completely surrendered against the Men in Blue.
This crushing defeat was unacceptable by the people of Pakistan. A reputed journalist, Nazrana Ghaffar from Pakistan took Twitter to lash out the Pakistani team. She tweeted, "Indian can take all our team and give us #Kohli for a year. #PakvInd".
However, Pakistan bounced back and they won against the mighty Proteas. But even the victory against Proteas never convinced the Pakistanis. As soon as this tweet was posted by Nazrana Ghaffar, Indians trolled her with lots of replies. Pakistan is now in a must-win situation in their final league match against Sri Lanka.
Indian players not worried about losing ICC Champions Trophy Sources have stated that the India vs Pakistan final at the ICC Champions Trophy ended up being about as one-sided as most clashes between these two sides are, with Pakistan winning by a massive 180 runs at The Oval on Sunday, to post their maiden title win in this tournament. While the Indian side was understandably extremely disappointed, Team India skipper Virat Kohli had won lot of for his sporting remarks after the match.
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- Warne challenged Ganguly to a bet
- COA wants Kumble to continue as Indian Coach
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- Indian Cricket Legends want to be paid for picking the national coach
- "Just give us VIRAT KOHLI and take all our PLAYERS..." says Pakistani Journalist
- Virat Kohli: Ravichandran Ashwin Understands Team Selection Demands
- "I am TOO EXPENSIVE and Indian Cricket can't afford me..."
- Pandya was promoted over Dhoni in the batting order
- Imran Khan says Painful to see Pakistan being thrashed by India
- BCCI Administrator Ramachandra Guha quits
- Captain and Coach cannot be on the same page, feels Gavaskar
- Pakistan Cricket's Fan Turns His Back on Team Ahead Of India Clash
- Sports Minister Vijay Goel: BCCI must talk to the Indian government before proceeding with any proposals for the series