Aakash Chopra shuts down Pakistan actor who claimed IND vs AFG match was fixed

Aakash Chopra shuts down Pakistan actor who claimed IND vs AFG match was fixed

Aakash Chopra gave a savage reply back to the Pakistan actor.

Aakash Chopra
Aakash Chopra. (Photo Source: Facebook)

Former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra shut down a Pakistan actor who claimed that the match between India and Afghanistan was fixed. India thrashed Afghanistan by 66 runs to keep their hopes of qualifying for the semi-final stages of the tournament alive.

And, after India’s victory, Chopra took to Twitter to offer his thoughts on this win. “This is how it is done. India played like India,” tweeted Chopra. And to this, the Pakistan actor, Sehar Shinwari tweeted “BCCI bought a good match”.

And, this did not sit well with Chopra and he gave a savage reply back to the Pakistan actor. “If only closed minds came with closed mouths,” tweeted Chopra.

You can see the tweet from Aakash Chopra below

India post their first win of ICC T20 World Cup 2021

The Indian side produced a dominating performance in its Super 12 clash against Afghanistan. Batting first, Virat Kohli and his men posted a humongous total of 210/2 on the board. KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma put on a blistering opening partnership of 140 runs to lay the foundation for a massive total.

Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya continued from where Rohit and Rahul had left off and stitched together a 63-run stand for the third wicket to help India sail past the 200-run mark. In reply, Afghanistan could only post a total of 144/7.

Karim Janat top-scored for the Mohammad Nabi-led outfit, scoring 42* off 22 deliveries. Mohammed Shami was the pick of the bowlers for the Indian side, and scalped 3 wickets with the ball, while Ravichandran Ashwin accounted for 2 willow wielders.

India will next be seen on the cricket field on 5th November 2021, when they lock horns with the Scotland side. This match will be held at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. This will be India’s 4th match of the Super 12 stages of the competition.