The Indian cricket fans were all praise for their women cricket team which may have lost to the Aussies in the finals of the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 but they still made every Indian proud. Team India didn’t lose a single match till the finals so it was the favourite team to win the trophy but Australians were better prepared this time and defeated the Indian team by a huge difference of 85 runs.
Some haters used this as a chance to make fun of team India just like this Pakistani Twitter user who made an attempt to mock Indians in response to a tweet which was made by the former Indian cricketer Aakash Chopra.
Aakash Chopra is one of the famous Indian commentators of the present times and he wrote, “India lost only one game in the tournament. So did Australia. Both teams lost to each other. India beat Aus in the tournament opener. Australia beat India in the finals. Such is life…. #WT20WC #AusvInd”.
To this, a Pak user tweeted, “Same as is champions trophy”.
Aakash Chopra was in no mood to remain silent and he gave a perfect answer to the Pakistani user. He asked the user about the number of times the Pakistani team (men and women both) have played knockouts since the Champions Trophy final. He also told him that people living in glass houses should not change clothes with lights on.
Aakash Chopra’s tweet read, “How many knockouts did your team play since that final? Men and Women included. Jinke ghar sheeshe ke hote hain voh light jala ke kapde nahin badalte, dost
In 2017, in Champions Trophy, the Pakistani men’s team got defeated by the Indian men’s team by 124 runs but in the finals when the two teams clashed again, team Pak defeated the Indian team by 180 runs to lift the trophy. The user was referring to the same series of the event while taking a dig at the Indian women’s team as Women in Blue defeated Australia in the league matches but lost to them in the finals.
However if we talk about the Pakistani women team, they have registered only one win in the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 while in 2018 T20 World Cup which was played in West Indies, their performance was quite poor as well.
What a mouth-shutting reply! Well done, Aakash Chopra!