Watch: Pakistani and Indian fan’s bhangra after Pakistan victory is something you cannot miss

first_imgPakistan’s victory over New Zealand in their do-or-die World Cup 2019 match on Wednesday was celebrated by not just Pakistani fans in Birmingham but an Indian fan also joined in on the celebrations after the match.A video of a Pakistani and Indian fan doing the bhangra together after Pakistan’s 6-wicket win over New Zealand is doing the rounds on social media.The two fans can be seen dancing inside the Edgbaston stadium premises after Pakistan handed New Zealand their first defeat of the tournament to keep their campaign alive.This is love Pakistan and India fan dancing together after Pakistan’s win in Birmingham. #PakvNZ #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/nYDQjiEcnEHermaine (@Hermxxni) June 26, 2019This is the second time an Indian fan has been spotted cheering for Pakistan in the stadium after the South Africa game on June 23.An Indian fan wearing Team India’s jersey was spotted in the crowd cheering for Pakistan as they played against South Africa at Lord’s. The fan was also holding a placard that read ‘Neighbour’s Support! Come On Pakistan’ has been doing the rounds on social media.#SpiritOfCricket #CWC19 pic.twitter.com/CKgnDEAWBFCricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) June 23, 2019Pakistan cricket team came under severe criticism after their humiliating defeat against India but the Sarfaraz Ahmed-led side has pulled up its socks since then and registered back-to-back wins against South Africa and New Zealand in emphatic fashion.The Pakistani players now will be hoping for an Indian victory on Thursday against the West Indies as it will further boost their chances of advancing to the semi-finals.advertisementPakistan moved up to sixth place on the table after their win over the Kiwis and currently have 7 points from as many games. The Windies meanwhile, are 8th with 3 points from six matches and defeat to India will end their campaign in the tournament.Team India meanwhile, need just one more win from their remaining four games to reach the last four.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Babar Azam surpasses idol Virat Kohli to become second fastest to 3,000Also Read | World Cup 2019: Kane Williamson admits New Zealand outplayed by a ‘great Pakistan side’Also Read | World Cup 2019: Not thinking about similarities to 1992, says Sarfaraz Ahmed after New Zealand winlast_img

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