2 Days After Humiliating Loss Against India, Pakistan Cricket Board Remembers 2017 Champions Trophy Victory Against Their Arch-rivals; Gets Trolled

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India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (DLS) method at the Old Trafford in Manchester to continue their unbeaten run in World Cups over their arch-rivals. By the virtue of this win, India have now won all their seven World Cup matches against Pakistan. 

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (DLS) method at the Old Trafford in Manchester to continue their unbeaten run in World Cups over their arch-rivals. By the virtue of this win, India have now won all their seven World Cup matches against Pakistan in the tournament.

After the convincing victory, the meme brigade was at their creative best as they took digs at the neighbouring team. Even two days after the encounter, Indian fans continued their trolling spree. The Pakistani team as well as the governing body of International Cricket, ICC were at the receiving end for something which did not go down well with them. Any guesses? Well, on this very day two years ago, i.e. on June 18, 2017, Pakistan had handed India a 180-run defeat to lift their maiden ICC Champions Trophy. The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Pakistan Cricket (PCB) both shared pictures on their official Twitter handle on the occasion.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) posted a picture of Pakistan's Champions Trophy triumph over India two years ago. Check it out right here.

Here's how the netizens reacted on social media after reading this post.

 

The Men In Blue had beaten Pakistan by 124 runs in the group stages before the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side had turned the tables on their arch-rivals in the final. Since that Champions Trophy final, the two teams have faced off against each other thrice with India gaining the upper hand on all the three occasions. India had got the better of Pakistan twice in last year's Asia Cup. Virat Kohli & Co. then defeated them on Sunday in a lopsided contest in the ongoing quadrennial event.

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