Pakistan sealed their palace in the final of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup on 9 November 2022. They defeated the Kiwis with ease in Sydney. On 10 November, team India played their semi-final against England. But, they lost the match by a huge margin of 10 wickets in Adelaide. After that loss, Indian fans and players were heart broken.
But, Pakistan fans were in a jubilant mood as they started to celebrate the loss of India outside of the stadium only. After that humiliating loss, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif shared a tweet to take a dig at India. Now, Irfan Pathan came up with an epic reply as the tweet has gone viral.
Here is the tweet:
Aap mein or hum mein fark yehi hai. Hum apni khushi se khush or aap dusre ke taklif se. Is liye khud ke mulk ko behtar karne pe dhyan nahi hai.
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) November 12, 2022
Pakistan will take on England in the final at the MCG on 13 November 2022
Speaking about the tweet, on 10 November, Shehbaz Sharif wrote: “So, this Sunday, it’s: 152/0 vs 170/0 #T20WorldCup.” It seemed that he took a dig at India and especially, Irfan Pathan as he used to tweet the same regarding India vs Pakistan clashes on Sundays. The Prime Minister of Pakistan looked happy with that kind of tweet.
Now, on 12 November, Irfan Pathan tweeted: “Aap mein or hum mein fark yehi hai. Hum apni khushi se khush or aap dusre ke taklif se. Is liye khud ke mulk ko behtar karne pe dhyan nahi hai.” Pathan said that this is the difference between India and Pakistan. India get happy with Pakistan’s happiness. While Pakistan get happy only when India is in trouble.
Fans went crazy after seeing such a reply from the former Indian player. Speaking about Pakistan, they will now take on England on 13 November at the MCG. The Men in Green kicked off their World Cup with two straight losses against India and Zimbabwe respectively. Then, they won their remaining three group-stage matches to get qualified for the semi-final. Then, Babar Azam led Pakistan to win the semi-final against the Kiwis by seven wickets in Sydney.