Shoaib Akhtar the former and fast pacer from the Pakistan cricket side is in news for his series of tweets he has made since the Pakistani team has reached the finals and now out the league being the runner ups.
In some recent tweets, Shoaib was seen uplifting his team but by taking a slight jibe at their rivals (India) after they weren’t able to enter the finals. But when the Pakistani team lost the finals, it was time for the India fan to slight jibe at the veteran which includes the tweet from the famous Indian pacer Mohammed Shami who responded tweeting,
“Sorry brother. It’s call (sic) karma”
The tweet from Shami was in response to Shoaib’s heartbroken emoticon he posted after Pakistan’s defeat against England in the T20 World Cup at Melbourne.
What was then known to be the Rawalpindi express immediately responded by showcasing a tweet from the famous commentator Harsha Bhogle calling it a “sensible tweet”. Harsha Bhogle was seen writing,
“Credit to Pakistan. Few teams would have defended 137 the way they did. Best bowling team.”
Now whatever the pacer likes to throw at is a matter of never-ending banter. But there is one thing to realize and understand that England has won the T20 world Cup 2022, defeating Pakistan in the finals. And to which, all credits go to Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler who were outstanding in the match holding up to their 52* off 49 deliveries and Jos Buttler who made 26 off 17 balls.
At first, coming out to bat at the second innings, it felt that the England team is not gonna make it after losing 3 wickets at just 49 runs in the sixth over but it was then the Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali’s cool temperament which helped the England team to score the low target with six balls to spare.