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India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup: 15 hilarious Twitter reactions after India loses match by 10 wickets

The India vs Pakistan match in the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup on Sunday was one of the best games in the history of cricket. India lost to its arch-rivals by 10 wickets in their first Super 12 match after posting a challenging total of 151/7. After a disastrous start, India recovered on the back of the skipper Virat Kohli’s 49-ball 57 and Risabh Pant’s 39 in 30 deliveries. However, the Indian top-order failed to recover after Shaheen Afridi scalped Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul in his first and second over.

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On a pitch that had our top order struggling, Pakistan’s openers Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan displayed a batting masterclass to chase down the target without losing a wicket and 13 balls to spare. The loss was not only the first for the Indian side at a World Cup to Pakistan but it also happens to be their first-ever 10-wicket defeat in T20 internationals.

As is expected from an India vs Pakistan match, emotions were running high and fans on both sides have a lot to say about the match. From congratulatory messages for Pakistan to pleas for MS Dhoni to return, Twitter has been abuzz with a ton of reactions to the history-creating match between the two neighbouring countries. Here are our top picks of the most popular tweets about Pakistan’s 10-wicket victory over India in the Super 12 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup.

Twitter users react to Pakistan’s 10-wicket victory over India in ICC T20 World Cup

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