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.
A player who stunned with a single Sixer - Watch Video Indian young cricketer Subhman Gill, has been making heads turn, as his playing style is very much a replica of the Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli, and it has already been expected Subhman Gill will be sold for a high price in IPL bidding
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