Indian fans display admirable sportsmanship as they congratulate the 'disappointed Pakistan fan' after their clinical win

Indian fans display admirable sportsmanship as they congratulate the ‘disappointed Pakistan fan’ after their clinical win

Sarim Akhtar went on to become the meme material post-2019 WC between Pakistan and Australia.

Sarim Akhtar
Sarim Akhtar. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The night of 24 October which was much awaited by the Indian and Pakistani fans gave a big smile to the Pakistan cricket fraternity and fans as they won their first-ever clash against India in World Cups. It took quite a long time for the Pakistan team to turn their fate against India but when they did, they did in all the style and left no room for men in blue to breathe.

However, as Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets, several fans from their country went smiling and it caught the attention of netizens. One such fan who has gained the limelight ever since his epic reaction in Pakistan vs Australia game in the 2019 WC, Sarim Akhtar was also seen smiling his heart.

On June 12, 2019, Pakistan lost to Australia and Akhtar went on to become the meme material in the world. He continues to be the same even today but this time around, he appeared all smiling and the best thing about that was, even Indians fans liked his happiness that came after so many years.

Indian fans react to Pakistan fan getting his happiness

 

Summarizing the match, India posted a target of 151 runs on the board where Virat Kohli sparkled with the bat with his half-century. Shaheen Shah Afridi was absolutely stunning with the ball and got under the skin of Indian batters. He caught three big fishes of India while Mohammad Rizwan (79 off 55) and Babar Azam (68 off 52) went on to take Pakistan over the line by 10 wickets with their top-class batting show.

“This was the team’s effort, and the early wickets were very helpful. It gave us a lot of confidence and our spinners were very good as well. We applied our plans and got the results. We, the openers, kept it simple and built a partnership, and because the wicket was getting better so we just wanted to keep batting till the end, which we did. It won’t get easier just because we beat India. We will take the confidence, but we’re taking it one match at a time, and there’s a long way to go in the tournament,” said Babar Azam after the tournament.