A brand new video clip has began to do the rounds on social media during which skipper Babar Azam and vice-captain Shadab Khan could be seen urging the gang to chorus from mocking the New Zealand cricket workforce.
Within the video, tweeted by the Twitter account “Change of Pace”, the Pakistan cricket workforce could be seen strolling off the bottom after profitable their T20 World Cup conflict towards New Zealand.
The video exhibits followers loudly chanting “security, security” as quickly because the gamers go close to the gang to acknowledge their assist. Shadab Khan, who could be seen clapping his fingers and smiling on the followers, abruptly motions with each fingers in the direction of the gang, urging them to cease the mantra.
Skipper Babar Azam, who could be seen chatting with Shaheen Afridi, additionally turns round and with one hand, motions to the gang to cease taunting the Black Caps.
Hassan Ali, apparently, could be seen inciting the gang to chant even louder.
The gesture by the 2 cricketers earned them additional adulation from netizens.
“This Pakistan team has nailed the wholesome and professional thing.
“Here is captain Babar Azam and vice-captain Shadab Khan asking the Pakistan crowd to tone down their “security” chants to New Zealand,” wrote Change of Pace.
“This man is simply profitable hearts,” said Ajay Thakur.
Subhaniya found it hilarious how Hassan Ali was hyping up the crowd.
“Hasan Ali hyping up the gang,” she tweeted with a couple of emoticons.
“Turning into a fan of this workforce with each passing day,” tweeted Raj S.
Qardash tagged the Black Caps on Twitter, urging them to look at the Pakistan team’s sportsmanship.
“That exhibits they don’t seem to be solely nice cricketers however nice human beings too.. Respect,” tweeted another account by the name of Positive Vibes.
“This workforce has my coronary heart. Such class,” wrote Malku with a heart emoji.
Shaheer Bhatti liked what the team did. He also liked what Hassan Ali did.
“Me: That’s so good, i’d have completed the identical.
Additionally me: Naa, I might do what Hassan Ali did,” he tweeted.
Pakistan outclassed New Zealand by five wickets to win the match on Tuesday. Fast bowler Haris Rauf ensured New Zealand did not score big, taking four wickets at regular intervals.
Asif Ali’s late blitz ensured Pakistan won the match, after struggling on a complicated Sharjah pitch.
After proscribing New Zealand to 134 runs off their 20 overs, Pakistan chased the goal efficiently with 5 wickets in hand.