- Cricket fans rejoiced as Pakistan stunned the world with its six-wicket victory over New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC) yesterday.
- The victory was secured by Babar Azam’s glorious century and Haris Sohail’s 61 runs.
- Pakistani fans’ hopes escalated once again as the chances in the tournament appear a little more bright today.
- After the rousing victory, Pakistanis cleaned the stadium to set an example of civic responsibility.
In quite an unconventional and refreshing sight, Pakistani cricket fans were seen cleaning the stadium, setting an example to follow. It is good to see that despite all the hype and excitement that overwhelmed Pakistani fans, they did perform their civic responsibility and cleaned the mess in the ground.
After creating an electric atmosphere in support of their team against unbeaten New Zealand, the Pakistani cricket fans also managed to win hearts with this kind gesture of theirs. They followed the example first put forth by Japanese football fans, who not only support their players with full enthusiasm but also clean the stands after every match.
Here is the viral video that made buzz across social media:
Pakistan made a glorious comeback in the CWC 2019 yesterday after its six-wicket victory over unbeaten New Zealand. The national team chased New Zealand’s target of 238 on a tricky Edgbaston pitch.
Babar Azam, keeping up with the trend, performed brilliantly well under-pressure. Azam scored a beautiful 101 that made him the topic of the town yesterday, becoming first Pakistani non-opener batsman to do so in 32 years in the World Cup.
Needless to say, just like every match, this one was full of unpredictable and exciting moments for Pakistani fan base as well. However, it is pleasant to see that even amid all the celebrations and happiness, the cricket fans maintained cleanliness, showing their gratitude towards the game.
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