Pakistani and Indian fans bow to traditional
Cricket grounds are deserted, players are confined to their homes, and fans are pouring their hearts out at Lockdown just by watching old cricket matches.
The heat between the players of the opposing team during the cricket match has long been remembered by fans, but now it is seen on social media.
The bitter word between former India opener Gautam Gambhir and Pakistan cricket team all-rounder Shahid Afridi at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur, India, continues outside the cricket field today. The verbal war between Twitter is once again adorned.
This time the literal war that began is the 'Circle of Cricket', a social media page dedicated to cricket news, quoting Shahid Afridi's book 'Game Changer' in a post on April 17th.
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In this tweet, Shahid Afridi's statement regarding Gautam says he has enough flaws, he thinks of himself as a combination of Don Bradman and James Bond, despite his particular record. not even.
The look began to circulate on social media, and Gautam Gambhir jumped on the field like a ghost and defended his Twitter handle.
Gautam wrote: 'If anyone who does not remember his age will remember my records, Shahid Afridi reminds you that I scored 75 off 54 balls in the 2007 World T20 final when you were first. The ball was out at zero. Not only that, we also won the World Cup. "
People's reaction to Gautam's tweet
As usual, fans of Pakistan and India appeared to comment below the tweet.
Pakistani fans saw Gautam reminded of Afridi's sixes, while Indian fans seemed to applaud Gambhir for responding to Afridi.
On the one hand, Pakistani consumers appear to be referring to Pakistan being heavy on India in international matches, while Indian consumers have mentioned the victories against India Pakistan in the World Cup.
Pakistan's leading sports journalist Faizan Lakhani tweeted about this and shared some statistics with consumers in support of Shahid Afridi.
One user agreed that Gautam was instrumental in the 2007 World Cup victory, but also mentioned his 97-run innings in the 2011 World Cup final.
The literal war between Afridi and Gambhir is nothing new
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi and former India opener Gautam Gambhir appear to be openly commenting on political and social issues, which is why these mutual jokes are not limited to cricket alone.
Gautam Gambhir joined the nationalist ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata Party in March last year. He also won the East Delhi seat in last year's Lok Sabha elections in India.
It should be remembered that even before coming into politics in 2018, the two cricketers had a bitter word about the Kashmir issue.
Shahid Afridi tweeted in April 2018, describing the situation in India-administered Kashmir as 'horrifying and disturbing'.
In response, Gautam wrote that Afridi is mentally retarded in his choice of words.
Afridi and Gambhir don't just fight each other
Cricket-related news website Kirk Infoway shared a photo in early April that featured the 2011 World Cup winning streak hit by MS Dhoni.
The controversy arose when Gautam said in response that Kirk Infuh should now come out of the memory of the sixth and that the 2011 victory was a result of the hard work of the entire Indian team and support staff.
All-rounder Shahid Afridi also made a judicial decision against former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad in 2016, after which the two cricketers reconciled and the matter did not reach the court.
The uproar came when Shahid Afridi was asked during a ceremony that Javed Miandad says you want your farewell match for money.
In response to this, Shahid Afridi replied that Javed Miandad has been a problem for money all his life and still is.
Shahid Afridi did not delay in responding to Pakistan's controversial batsman yet and both Pakistani and Indian fans are still eagerly awaiting Afridi's response to Gautam Gambhir's statement.
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Former chairman of the Lahore Pakistan Cricket Board, Lt Gen (R) Tauqir Zia, has revealed that Waseem Akram, a legendary all-rounder at the 2003 World Cup, wanted to be captain, but that could not happen, citing the reasons given by the former chairman, Justice (May 2000). This decision was made in light of the Malik Muhammad Qayyum Report, which clearly wrote that no position should be given to Wasim Akram.
Tauqir Zia said that he was a big deal to make Wasim Akram captain in the 2003 World Cup but how was it possible when the ICC banned him. The former chairman said that his favorite cricketer in the 2003 World Cup was Waqar Younis. Although he was the captain, he had talked to Inzamam-ul-Haq to make him captain, but the merger had refused.
He had said that he could not control Wasim Akram, who later became the captain of Inzamam-ul-Haq wicketkeeper Rashid Latif on the board headed by Tauqir Zia, in the 2003 World Cup where Pakistan team Namibia led by Waqar Younis and Winning from Holland, losing to Australia, England and India, Zimbabwe lost the match, and the team did not advance through the first round.
According to former chairman PCB Tauqeer Zia, he will always be very sorry for this result, while speaking on the contents of the report of Justice (R) Abdul Qayyum, he said that he was not completely satisfied with the report. He told me that he did not want to give punishment to some favorite cricketers, Tauqir Zia said that Justice Qayyum Report did not give any harsh punishment to the players, a supplementary report was coming on the league sniper Mushtaq Ahmed, She also did not appear.