Shoaib Akhtar tweeted a broken heart emoji after the WC loss. To this, India’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami replied. Now this answer of Mohammed Shami is going quite viral. Mohammed Shami wrote in the tweet that sorry bro it’s called Karma.
England became the new champions after defeating Pakistan in the T20 World Cup. England beat Pakistan by 5 wickets in the final of the T20 World Cup. Since then, many former players from Pakistan have been disappointed. He constantly made fun of India’s defeat in the semi-finals. Not only this, he also hoped that Pakistan would beat India in the final as well. Therefore, he challenged India in the semi-finals. However, India lost in the semi-finals to England. Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar also heavily criticized India. But after Pakistan’s defeat today, they are bound to be disappointed.
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This is why Shoaib Akhtar tweeted the broken heart emoji after the WC loss. To this, India’s fast bowler Mohammed Shami replied. Now this answer of Mohammed Shami is going quite viral. Mohammed Shami wrote in the tweet that sorry bro it’s called Karma. In fact, Shoaib Akhtar had celebrated India’s defeat a lot and he was constantly criticizing Team India. Not only this, he was critical of the bowlers in Team India and said that he could not get a single batsman out of England. But after Pakistan’s defeat today, Mohammed Shami got an important opportunity to hit back at Shoaib Akhtar.
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England became T20 world champions for the second time
Ben Stokes (52 not out) followed a brilliant bowling effort led by Sam Curran to win the title of champions for the second time as England beat Pakistan by five wickets in a thrilling T20 World Cup 2022 final on Sunday. England won the first T20 World Cup title in 2010 in the West Indies under the captaincy of Paul Collingwood. England’s left-arm pacer Sam Curran and leg-spinner Adil Rashid put Pakistan’s batting line-up under so much pressure that the opposition could only manage 137 for eight. Stokes’ 49-ball (five fours, one six) innings made England champions by scoring 138 for five in 19 overs.
It is called karma https://t.co/DpaIliRYkd
— Mohammad Shami (@MdShami11) 13 November 2022