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Aakash Chopra shuts down Pakistani fan who trolled India


The defending champions and hosts, Australia women’s national cricket team stunned Harmanpreet Kaur-led team by producing a clinical 85-run victory at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground and while doing so, Australia lifted their fifth ever ICC Women’s T20 World Cup title.

Aakash Chopra shuts down a Pakistani fan who trolled India

Having won five out of seven Women’s T20 World Cups so far, Australia have by far been the much better side when it comes to domination.

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After their skipper Meg Lanning won the toss and chose to bat, Australia posted a match-winning total of 184/4 in 20 overs. A 115-tun opening partnership between Alyssa Healy (75) and Beth Mooney (78*) set the tone for the hosts.

In the second innings, Australia new-ball bowlers Megan Schutt (3.1-0-18-4) and Jess Jonassen (4-0-20-3) ripped through India’s defence and bundling out them for 99 in 19.1 overs.

Following India’s heartbreaking defeat at the hands of Australia at the MCG, former India opener Aakash Chopra was among the several Indian cricketers who tweeted for the Indian women’s cricket team. Chopra highlighted that both India and Australia lost to each other once in the tournament.

India lost only one game in the tournament. So did Australia. Both teams lost to each other. India beat Aus in the tournament opener. Australia beat India in the finals. Such is life…. #WT20WC #AusvInd,” Aakash Chopra wrote.

Cricket expert Aakash Chopra received a remark from a Pakistani fan who had compared India’s defeat to their loss to Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England.

In reply, Aakash Chopra decided to teach the fan a big lesson as he took a dig at the fan by asking him the number of ICC knockouts Pakistan have played across formats including the gender since the Champions Trophy in England.

“How many knockouts did your team play since that final? Men and Women included. Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain voh light jala ke kapde nahin badalte, dost 🙏 (Those whose house is made up of glass don’t change clothes switching on the lights),” Aakash Chopra wrote.

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