The Men in Blue wore the victory cap by crushing arch-rivals, Pakistan for the seventh consecutive time in the World Cup. While the Indian side celebrated the win across the length and breadth of the country, Pakistani fans were filled with fury over the loss.
The anger among the Pakistani fans was exhibited through smashed TV screens allegedly from Pakistan. In a video that is doing the rounds of social media, showed a mob of infuriated fans shattering a television following Pakistan's humiliating performance in the World Cup.
The agitation of Pakistani cricket fans was smeared all over social media, wherein one fan speaking of the 'poor fitness' of the players claimed that as per his awareness, Pakistani players were eating 'pizzas and burgers' one night before the match.
As per a Twitter post, allegedly a night before the crucial match, the Pakistani team was seen relishing at a cafe in Manchester
Apart from memes on Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed yawning amid the match blew up social media, here are some more treats from the frustrated fans:
Not just fans, but former Pakistan cricket pacer Shoaib Akhtar in an unrestrained rant came down heavily on Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed's 'brainless captaincy'
The former Pakistani pacer stated that the toss was a crucial win and that the Pakistan side should have chosen to bat first to set a target. However, the team failed to realise their strength, which is bowling, reiterating his 'brainless captaincy' and 'brainless management' jibe.
On June 16, Team India kept its unbeaten run over Pakistan intact with an 89-run (DLS Method) victory in Manchester. At the same time, the Men In Blue are also undefeated in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Prior to this victory, they had beaten South Africa and reigning World Champions Australia. However, their last match against New Zealand was washed out due to rain. By the virtue of this win, India now lead Pakistan by a 7-0 margin in World Cups. India now have an undisputed record against Pakistan in all their World Cup encounters (1992, 1996,1999, 2003, 2011, 2015 & 2019 respectively).