‘Sharam karo, Tum logon ne toh khata bhi nahi khola tha’ – Fans hit back at Irfan Pathan for his tweet on Pakistan after 20-20 WC final

The 38-year-old reignited the ‘Grace’ controversy with his recent tweet over Pakistan’s defeat against England.

Former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan is once again on the receiving end of the troll and criticism from Pakistan cricket fans. It all happened just after the former veteran Indian all-rounder re-ignited his previous ‘Grace-remarks’ controversy with a recent tweet following Pakistan’s defeat in the final of the 20-20 World Cup 2022.

“This has been a graceful World Cup victory for team England. Well played 👏,” reads the tweet posted by Irfan Pathan in the aftermath of the final of the eighth edition of the 20-20 World Cup.

These comments from the former southpaw didn’t go down well with the Pakistan fans and they didn’t wait to give it back the Irfan Pathan with some harsh criticism and trolling messages.

Here’s how fans lashed out at Irfan Pathan for his ‘Graceful victory’ remarks:

Recalling the initial point of this entire saga between Irfan Pathan and the Pakistan fans, it all started when the 38-year-old targeted the Pakistan cricket fans after the win of men in green in the semi-final of the 20-20 World Cup.

Following this, the fans of men in green got an opportunity to hit back at the 2007 World Cup winner Indian all-rounder after the massive 10-wicket defeat of the Indian team against England. Pakistan fans took no time in trolling Pathan for his ‘Grace’ remarks on the previous day.

Speaking of the final match between England and Pakistan, the men in green were asked to bat first after losing the toss. Batting first, Babar Azam’s men could post a total of only 137 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Shan Masood and Babar himself were the only batters who crossed the individual mark of 30+ runs.

While chasing the target, Ben Stokes kept the English team in the fight till he finished line two helping his team win the second title in the 20-20 World Cup after a long wait of 12 years.

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