Kohli's hug to Mohammad Rizwan & Dhoni's chat with Pakistan players wins internet

Young Pakistan Bowler Shahnawaz Dahani was seen taking pictures with the former Indian captain

Pakistan has finally won the high-voltage match and are boasting their defeat with arch rival India.

 

The high tension T20 match was completely dominated by Pakistan. Pakistan luckily won the toss and decided to bowl first. From the start of the destruction of the Indian batting order to the poor performance of the Indian bowlers, it came out to be an easy win for Pakistan.

 

Though there were high hopes on both sides, Pakistan handled their pressure smoothly. The fielding was much better than their last encounter with India and the bowling performance of Shaheen Afridi was mind blowing. Babar Azam led Pakistan defeated Virat India by 10 wickets.

 

After the match, there were some beautiful scenes of true sportsmanship displayed by both sides which won the internet.

 

Indian captain Kohli’s hug to Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Mohammed Rizwan melted down everyone’s heart. Virat hugged and smiled while congratulating them for their win. The video became viral in social media and is shared extensively.

 

While another video of the chat session of former Indian captain MS Dhoni with Pakistan players brought happiness to every cricket fan. A couple of Pakistan players which even included the experienced Shoaib Malik were seen spending some quality time with India’s T20 World Cup mentor. Other Pakistani players were skipper Babar Azam and all-rounder Imad Wasim seen taking quality tips from Dhoni.

 

Young Pakistan Bowler Shahnawaz Dahani was seen taking pictures with the former Indian captain. Dahani posted the picture in his official Twitter account and wrote, "what a night it was, Happiness of Pakistan's Victory and excitement of meeting one of my dream player @msdhoni can't be forgotten."

 

The Pakistan team will now be facing New Zealand on Tuesday and Pakistan plans to take revenge against New Zealand for cancelling the tour.

 

India will play its second game on 31 October against New Zealand.

 

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