Ranveer Singh comforts Pakistan fan after World Cup match

Ranveer Singh comforts Pakistan fan after World Cup match

Ranveer Singh comforts Pakistan fan after World Cup match

While the clip is actually the song "Malhari" from Ranveer Singh's blockbuster film "Padmavaat", the actors were replaced by Indian cricketers!

But former Pakistan captain and coach Waqar Younis feels it was Virat Kohli's team intimidated Sarfaraz Ahmed's side in their marquee clash at Old Trafford in the World Cup 2019.

Rohit Sharma's match-winning knock of 140 runs helped India seal an 89-run victory over Pakistan.

With just three points from five games, Pakistan are at the second last position in the tournament table and Sarfaraz has cautioned his teammates to be ready for the wrath of the public back home if the below-par performances continue.

Needless to say, Pakistani fans were certainly disappointed with the way the game played out.

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A video from the match is going viral on social media where Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim can be seen requesting Indian skipper Virat Kohli to get out. There's always a next time! "So, they should have adjusted to the conditions better than the rest, but the team management, chief selector and PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) kept on with their self-styled polices and kept on making changes and never let any player settle down well, which resulted in the Pakistan team's failure against the top sides". "Boys are committed, dedicated, professionals and they'll be back".

Waqar believes Pakistan struggled to cope with the pressure put on it by India, which excel at team-play while his country relies too much on individuals.

Aatif captioned his tweeted "Indian fans are nice", after posting the heartfelt show of affection from Ranveer.

As for his outfit choice, we all knew Ranveer would wear something a bit kooky but no-one seemed to mind. Men in Blue have won their matches against South Africa, Australia and Pakistan.

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