Watch: Shami's Befitting 'Karma' Reply To Shoaib Akhtar's Video And Tweet Goes Viral
After Pakistan's defeat at the hands of England in the T20 World Cup final, there has been some exchange of thoughts between Akhtar and Indian player Mohammed Shami.
Pakistan's great fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is used to becoming the talk of the town every now and then due to his social media posts, but after Pakistan's defeat at the hands of England in the T20 World Cup final, there has been some exchange of thoughts between Akhtar and Indian player Mohammed Shami.
The mutual tussle started when Shami gave a befitting reply to a post made by Akhtar on social media which is going viral very fast. After Pakistan's defeat, Shoaib posted a tweet with a heartbreak emoji, to which Indian pacer Mohammed Shami replied with a touch of sarcasm, "Sorry Bhai, It's call karma".
Sorry brother— Mohammad Shami (@MdShami11) November 13, 2022
It’s call karma https://t.co/DpaIliRYkd
The duel between the two on social media left many fans wondering what really happened between the two. In fact, after the Indian team lost the semi-final match to England, a video on social media in which Akhtar criticized Shami has gone viral.
For context this what shoaib akhtar said about shami in his video.#ENGvPAK https://t.co/Ga3nHZuq4X pic.twitter.com/PRadlUg9ee— Slayer (@Cricnerd36) November 13, 2022
After the Indian team's exit from the T20 World Cup, Akhtar shared an extensive video detailing what went wrong for Rohit Sharma's team in the tournament.
In the video, Rawalpindi Express even went on to say that Shami should not have been a part of the team's campaign in Australia. He also criticized the Indian team management and captain Rohit Sharma.
After this tweet of Shami, people are trolling Shoaib Akhtar very badly. Many people are making fun of Akhtar by calling it 'Kudrat Ka Nizam'. Shami's reply to his tweet added fuel to the fire and right after that Shoaib has become the butt of jokes to such an extent that #Shoaib is also appearing separately in top trends.
England defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets in the final match of the T20 World Cup. Batting first, the Pakistani batsmen looked helpless in front of the superb bowling and were able to score only 137/8 in the first big.
For England, Sam Curran took 3 wickets, while Adil Rashid and Chris Jordan took 2–2 wickets, Stokes added a wicket to his account.
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After which Ben Stokes played an unbeaten inning of 52 runs to give his team the title of T20 World Cup for the second time. Meanwhile, Pakistan's bowling was very sharp which kept the English team under pressure. Speedster Haris Rauf scalped 2 wickets, and Shaheen, Shadab, and Wasim got a one-one wicket each.