On 13 November 2022, the stage was set for the final of the 20-20 World Cup at the MCG between Pakistan and England. However, fans were hoping to see another India vs Pakistan clash as both teams qualified for the semi-finals. But, Pakistan defeated the Kiwis while England thrashed India.
So, the dream of having another mega clash between India and Pakistan did not happen. But, in the final, Babar Azam and his men failed to win it as England won the match by five wickets. Now, a tweet has gone viral where the famous Indian singer, Adnan Sami shared a video to troll the Men in Green.
Here is the shared tweet:
The better team won! Congratulations #England…It’s just a game. A great lesson not to prematurely expand chests by rhetorics towards other teams defeats!— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) November 13, 2022
Pakistan failed to win the final against England at the MCG
Speaking of that shared tweet, Adnan Sami wrote: “The better team won! Congratulations #England…It’s just a game. A great lesson not to prematurely expand chests by rhetorics towards other teams' defeats! MEANWHILE….#PAKvENG.” He also shared a video of another famous Indian singer, Bappi Lahiri singing the song “Mere toh L lag gaye.”
This song is a part of a movie named ‘Jolly LLB.’ It seemed like the Indian singer took a dig at the Men in Green for their loss in the final against England. Fans found the video very funny and they made it viral all over the internet. Speaking about the final, Pakistan batted first after losing the toss against Jos Buttler.
Pakistan scored 137 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs. Shan Masood scored 38 runs off 28 balls. Along with him, Babar Azzam scored 32 runs off 28 balls, including two boundaries. In reply, England lost five wickets to chase the target down in 19 overs. Ben Stokes scored 52* runs off 49 balls, including five fours and one six. Sam Curran won the player of the match award for his match-winning bowling spell. He took three wickets for 12 runs in his four overs. Along with him, Adil Rashid and Chris Jordan also took two wickets each in the final.