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“India will play the legendary opening duo of Yuzi Chahal and Arshdeep Singh”, Indian Cricket Twitter reacts hilariously after Pakistan fans start supporting India against South Africa

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India will take on South Africa at the Perth Stadium on Sunday. This will be an important match in the context of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. If India wins against South Africa, there would be other beneficiaries, as well. On that note, here, we take a look at how Indian Cricket Twitter reacted after Pakistan fans start supporting India against South Africa.

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Pakistan will have to support India against South Africa

Having lost to India and Zimbabwe, Pakistan’s campaign in the ongoing T20 World Cup has not started well. The situation has reached a stage wherein the Pakistan squad is dependent on other teams for its chances. In the first place, the Babar Azam-led squad has to win its remaining games. Then, it would want South Africa to drop points either against India or the Netherlands. It is difficult for the Dutch to beat the Proteas. Hence, all eyes would be on the India vs South Africa match.

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One year ago, India started its T20 WC on a bad note. At that time, India was forced to support other nations so that it could reach the semi-finals. There was a lot of trolling back then, especially by the Pakistani fans. However, Indian fans are taking revenge now, especially on social media.

Hilarious reactions on Twitter

India and South Africa will promise a close encounter. This is because South Africa has a strong unit. They have a brilliant pace attack that can easily trouble the Indian batters. If the likes of Quinton de Kock, Aiden Markram and David Miller step up, the Indian bowlers will have a tough time. While India can afford a loss, the Pakistan Team cannot afford India losing the match. Hence, there are multiple reactions on Twitter. We take a look at some of them below:

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