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Aamir praised Hardik, angry Pakistanis recited lot of abuses

Hardik Pandya played an explosive innings against Pakistan in the Asia Cup and finally ended the game by hitting six. Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya played well during the match.

For this, even the Pakistani cricketers could not stop themselves and praised Hardik Pandya. Former cricketer Mohammad Amir praised Hardik Pandya’s batting and bowling.

He congratulated Hardik Pandya in a tweet. After which the people of Pakistan started calling Aamir bad on social media.

As soon as Amir congratulated Hardik on India’s victory, the snakes started returning to the chest of the supporters of Pakistan and commenting on his tweet started abusing the former cricketers.

Many Pakistani players praised Pandya

How Hardik Pandya’s result of India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Group A match in Dubai on Sunday affected Pakistan can be gauged from the reaction of former Pakistan cricketers.

The likes of Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Akhtar, Shahid Afridi all agreed that Pandya was the difference between the two sides. He performed brilliantly with the ball and both to guide India to a five-wicket victory in the thrilling last over match.

Pandya took 3 for 25 with the ball and was instrumental in breaking the backbone of Pakistan’s middle order with his short ball strategy and then smashed 33* off 17 balls to guide India to victory.

Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir was the latest to join the long list of famous cricketers who praised Hardik. Aamir’s reply to Hardik’s ‘comeback is greater than setback’ tweet set social media on fire.

Aamir wrote for Hardik – Well played brother. Amir is the left-arm fast bowler from Pakistan who announced his retirement in 2020 but then said that he is ready to take it back on certain conditions.


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