Waqar Younis Questioned India’s Sportsmanship, Got Roasted Very Very Badly!

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Sarfaraz Ahmed and his team have only one game left, which they have to win by a comprehensive margin to qualify for the semis. This happened when the host England manage to beat India by 31 runs keeping their semi-final hopes strong. Following India’s defeat, the former Pakistan captain Waqar Younis has questioned the world’s number 1 team’s “sportsmanship” after the two-time champions faced their first defeat of the ongoing World Cup to England. This defeat now has left Pakistan’s chances of making the semifinals hanging in balance.

Waqar Younis questioned team India’ ability

The whole Pakistan was depending on their neighbors, who had earlier enjoyed an unbeaten run in the tournament, to defeat the host England. This was because India’s win would have increased the chances of Sarfaraz Ahmed’s men to make the semifinals. However, the prayers of Pakistan couldn’t reach their neighbor. Chasing 337 on Sunday, India managed to score only 306/5 in their full 50 overs for their maiden defeat of the tournament to England.

The former right-arm fast bowler who captained Pakistan team has expressed his disappointment with the Indian team and questioned their sportsmanship. In a tweet, he said, “It’s not who you are.. What you do in life defines who you are.. Me not bothered if Pakistan gets to the semis or not but one thing is for sure.. Sportsmanship of few Champions got tested and they failed badly.”

After this tweet, Indian fans fired at former Pakistan coach and roasted him for his allegations.

Currently sitting at 5th spot in World Cup 2019 points table, Pakistan has to win its next game against Bangladesh with a bigger margin. But if the men in green have to qualify then either England will have to lose their next match against New Zealand or the Indian team will have to lose its remaining two matches against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka by big margins.

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