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Ind vs Pak: Pakistan was doing nefarious acts in the name of Nasir Hussain, the former English captain blamed Lanka

Melbourne: Pakistan lost to India in their first match of the T20 World Cup. Team India won the match by 4 wickets till the last ball. In the thrilling last over, India needed 16 runs to win. Hardik Pandya was dismissed on the first ball but after that Virat Kohli combined with Dinesh Karthik and Ravichandran Ashwin to take the team to the target. Pakistan is not able to digest this defeat.

Despicable act in the name of Nasir Hussain

After losing to India, Pakistanis are constantly targeting the umpire. But for this he fell so low that the former England captain started taking the name of Nasir Hussain. Several Pakistani Twitter handles wrote, ‘Umpires gave some strange decisions in India’s favor today but maybe we should keep quiet and not bother ICC and BCCI.’

The English captain set the Lankan

Former England captain Nasir Hussain could not stay away after seeing the wrong statement in his name going viral. He slammed Pakistanis on Twitter. He wrote in the comment of one such post, ‘Best you delete it… This is fake news and fake quote. He is the one who doesn’t deserve the best match today!! Thank you.’

Constantly pointing fingers at the umpire

From former cricketers of Pakistan to cricket fans, questions are constantly being raised on umpiring. According to him, the no-ball decision given in the last over was wrong. Along with this, he also considers three runs wrong after being bowled on a free hit by Virat Kohli. Shoaib Akhtar has also targeted the umpire.

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