Pakistanis go wild after cricket triumph over India
Jun 20 2017 by Marjorie Miles
The turnaround began when Lady Luck shined down on Pakistan and the green-shirts were able to secure a win against South Africa through the DL method.
The Rising Kashmir had a headline on the front page, "Crackers go off as Pak pulls off stunning win over India".
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India opener Shikhar Dhawan and Pakistan's Hassan Ali had already won the Golden Bat and Gold Ball trophies for finishing as the most successful batsman and bowler, respectively, while Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh was also selected after driving Bangladesh to their maiden semi-final in a major ICC event. A visibly upset Shami came down a few steps to confront the Pakistan fan.
Former captain appreciated 18-year-old Shahdaab's confidence level, adding that his insistence on taking review for Leg Before Wicket (LBW) was the result of his confidence.
And those nerves nearly made him pay as he prodded at a Jasprit Bumrah delivery that was caught by MS Dhoni behind the stumps only for Zaman to be called back as the bowler had overstepped.
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He shared a fluent century opening partnership with Azhar Ali (59), the pair unleashing a barrage of crisp attacking strokes all around a sun-kissed ground.
"Great team effort! After losing the first game, we were nowhere", all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez told the official broadcasters after the team's 180-run win over India.
Mohammad Amir, who had been unlucky ever since his return to global cricket, finally had the performance the entire nation had been waiting for. "We have no hesitation or shame to admit we didn't play our best game today".
Sarfraz paid tribute to the influence of a coaching staff led by Mickey Arthur, who took charge shortly before Pakistan's tour of England past year, where a Test series was shared but the ODI campaign lost 4-1. "But I am more happy and delighted for players like Fakhar Zaman and Hassan Ali, who impressed their peers through their talent and performances, and found their way in the side. We will learn from our mistakes".
The tweet provoked many Pakistani fans and they responded harshly.
"We give our best every time we go out on the field, and I'm really proud of the way the team has played in this tournament".