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T20 World Cup 2021: Twitterati come out in support of Mohammad Shami after received online abuses

Twitterati come out in support of Mohammed Shami after online abuses

Indian cricket team’s star pace bowler Mohammed Shami has been targeted with online abuses from a section of fans who are disappointed with India’s defeat against arch-rival Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2021.

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The Indian cricket team suffered a massive defeat against Pakistan in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021, where the latter registered a huge 10 wicekets victory over India.

With that, the whole of India is disappointed and sad, and a section of those fans have targeted Indian pace bowler Mohammed Shami with online abuses towards the Indian pacer. They blame Mohammed Shami’s performance against Pakistan as they reason behind India’s loss, while many says that as Shami is an Indian muslim, he didn’t performed to his max. Shami bowled 4 overs and was hit for 43 runs.

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But the other section of supporters have come out in support of the Indian pace bowler, including the former Indian cricketers, the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and many more.

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A number of fans are sharing Mohammed Shami’s hat-trick video against Afganistan from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, due to which, India survived from an upset against Afganistan. While some are sharing strong messages in support of the Indian speedster. Along with Shami, fans have also targeted UP based bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

India vs Pakistan: T20 World Cup 2021

India suffered a heavy defeat against Pakistan for the first time in any World Cup event. In response to India’s 151, Pakistan comfortably chased it down with 10 wickets still in hand.

India struggled early on losing 2 wickets for just 6 runs. Virat Kohli and Rishabh Pant took India to a fighting position with the former scoring a fifty. India ended the inning with 151 runs.

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In response, Pakistan gave no chance to Indian bowlers as they registered 10 wickets win. India now next take on New Zealand on the 31st October.

Below are some of the tweets from the Twitterati who came out in support of the Indian pace bowler.