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Australian fan chants ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ during Australia-Pakistan match.

A video of an Australian cricket fan chanting “Bharat Mata ki Jai” went viral on social media.

Australia recorded their second successive victory in the current tour with a 62-run victory against Pakistan in the 18th match of the ODI World Cup 2023. Australian spinner Adam Zampa stole the spotlight with his incredible batting performance following a batting whirlwind from Mitchell Marsh and David Warner.

Meanwhile, a social media video featuring an Australian cricket fan went viral. You can see the Australian fan cheering for Australia in the viral video. However, he soon begins singing “Bharat Mata ki Jai.” The way he interacted with people and his incredible dedication to the Cricket Titans won the hearts of his supporters. His video went viral on social media, with people praising him for his love for India.

During the match against Australia, someone prevented a Pakistani supporter from shouting “Pakistan Zindabad.” A policeman told a Pakistani fan in a widely shared video to stop using the slogans because it was against the law. Fans, however, clashed with the security guard and made an effort to ascertain the rationale behind the choice. The policeman didn’t let the chanting after being questioned frequently, which sparked controversy

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Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan, is heavily criticized.

Babar Azam, Pakistan’s captain, is facing criticism in his home nation. This comes after a series of disappointing games and two consecutive losses in the current competition. The world’s best hitter has been under fire from fans and former cricket players for his poor performance in the current. However, his captaincy is something that is more significant for Pakistan. The team is constantly struggling to take early wickets in the game while their batters are struggling to score runs in the middle overs. Apart from wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan, not a single batter looked comfortable against spinners in the ongoing tournament. With the bat, Babar has scored just 83 runs in four innings, including a half-century against India.

On the other hand, his leadership holds more importance for Pakistan. While their batsmen are finding it difficult to score runs in the middle overs, the squad is continuously battling to grab early wickets in the game. In the current competition, hardly a single batter appeared at ease against spinners, with the exception of wicketkeeper-batter Mohammad Rizwan.

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February 2024