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WT20: TV sets broken as cricket-mad fans express outrage over Pakistan’s defeat against India

TV sets were broken and bats set on fire as the nation’s cricket fans expressed their outrage and frustration over Pakistan cricket team’s loss against India in the WT20 match held at Eden Garden, Kolkata.

Cricket fans all across the country could not contain their excitement for the highly anticipated match with the hope of seeing the Men in Green coming out victorious against India, but alas history repeated itself and fans were once again left disappointed, some more than others, over their team’s performance.

Fans of the game in Karachi were beside themselves with some breaking their TV sets in a fit of rage.

In Multan, heartbroken fans lighted their cricket bats on fire in anger. They said that the women cricket team of the country was better than men’s. They vowed that they will never watch a match on big screens.


Lahore fans could only say that they were already expecting such a poor performance from the players.

Meanwhile cricket lovers in Islamabad aguishly stated that watching their team win has once again remained only a dream.

Fans in Gujranwala expressed similar sentiments.

India earlier defeated Pakistan comfortably by six wickets.


  1. Pakistan said:

    This is sufficient evidence of an imbalanced people who have plenty of haram ka maal. These pictures show all the gamblers and bookies. Please don’t insult the people who have earned and live on Halal rozi. PML N culture on display. Yes.

  2. younis said:

    Believe me most of people here in kashmri were expecting same performance from Pakistani side .I think they have forgotten that they could defeat india .we are totally disappointed by the performance Pakistani players had displayed yesterday in culcutta .look at the coach and caption they failed to read pitch and included four pacers and left out imad wasim quite astonishing

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