‘Apne log ko bhi nahi chorta Fake-stan’ – Indian Fans Slam Pakistan For Fake Tweet of ‘Asses are Burning’ In The Name Of Shaun Tait

By Daniel S

November 9, 2022

On 9 November 2022, Pakistan took on New Zealand in Sydney in the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. The Kiwis came up to the clash after securing the top spot in their group. On the other hand, Pakistan lost both of their first two matches. Then, they won their three remaining matches to secure their berth in the semi-final.

So, fans were waiting to see an enthralling battle between the Kiwis and the Men in Green. Speaking about the match, Kane Williamson won the toss and chose to bat first. For New Zealand, Finn Allen and Devon Conway came out to bat.

Fans slammed Pakistan for using the name of Shaun Tait in that tweet to insult India

Speaking of the Kiwis’ innings, they managed only 152 runs for four wickets in 20 overs. Both openers did not manage big scores. But, skipper Kane Williamson scored 46 runs off 42 balls, including one four and one six. Along with him, Daryl Mitchell scored 53* runs off 35 balls, including three fours and one six. For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi grabbed two wickets for 24 runs in his four overs. 

Then, in reply, both Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan gave a solid start to their team. They scored 105 runs for the first wicket in this clash. Babar scored 53 runs off 42 balls, including seven fours. Rizwan scored 57 runs off 43 balls, including five fours. Then, youngster Haris impressed again as he scored 30 runs off 26 balls, including two fours and one six. Thus, Pakistan managed to chase down the target in 19.1 overs with seven wickets to spare.

With this win, the Men in Green stormed into the final of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. Meanwhile, Shaun Tait is the current bowling coach of Pakistan. During the match, he shared a controversial tweet poking at India. He wrote: “Temperature in India is rising exponentially. Millions of asses are burning there. Babar is back #PakvsNz.” Seeing such an insulting message, Indian fans went crazy as they started to slam the player. However, fans also said that it might be a fake account by a Pakistani who tried to insult India.

Here is the tweet:

Here is how fans have reacted to the tweet shared by that account: