On 10 November 2022, team India locked horns with England in Adelaide for the semi-final of the ongoing 20-20 World Cup. All Indian fans were hoping to see India qualify for the final while Pakistan already qualified for it on 9 November. But, the Men in Blue failed to do so.
England thrashed Rohit Sharma and his men by defeating them with a margin of 10 wickets. Hence, Indian fans were disappointed after seeing such a disastrous performance from the players. But, now a video has gone viral where Pakistan fans were seen mocking Indian fans outside of the Adelaide stadium.
Here is the shared video:
एडिलेड स्टेडियम के बाहर भारतीय प्रशंसकों का मजाक उड़ाते पाकिस्तानी,😡😡😡 pic.twitter.com/csXtCyFzon
— Abhishek Tripathi / अभिषेक त्रिपाठी (@abhishereporter) November 10, 2022
Pakistan fans were jubilant after the semi-final exit of India from the 20-20 World Cup
Speaking of the video, Pakistan fans were seen in a jubilant mood after the semi-final exit of India from the ongoing World Cup. They were celebrating the loss of India as they started to mock Indian fans outside of the stadium. However, some police were seen also with horses to control the whole situation.
Team India had a good start to this tournament as they defeated arch-rivals Pakistan in the first game. Then, they won three out of their next four matches and ended their group as table toppers. But, in the semi-final, they failed to defeat England. India batted first and scored 168 runs for four wickets in 20 overs. In reply, England chased the target down in just 16 overs with 10 wickets in their hands. India were absolutely clueless against the power-hitting from both the England openers.
On the other hand, Pakistan had a disappointing start to the World Cup campaign. They lost against India and Zimbabwe respectively. Then, the Men in Green won the remaining three matches to get qualified for the semi-final. In the semi-final, Pakistan managed to win against the Kiwis convincingly to book their ticket for the final. Now, Babar Azam and his men will face England at the MCG on 13 November 2022 with an aim to win this 20-20 World Cup.