Pakistan lost to Australia in last night’s SemiFinals. Many cricket pundits blamed Hassan Ali for dropping the catch of Matthew Wade. One ball later, he smashed Shaheen Shah Afridi for three consecutive sixes to snatch the victory from Pakistan.
Babar Azam along with the true Pakistani cricket fans came forward to back Hassan Ali and mentioned that this was part of the game.
But to the utter surprise, a fake trend started on Twitter from India’s side. Indian netizens are sharing on Twitter that Hassan Ali belongs to the Shia sect that’s why he is being targeted. This is all based on negativity and hatred.
Fake propaganda started and people kept on buying it.
Religion was brought into sports by a few Twitter users.
Fake propaganda continued.
Pakistanis came forward to clear up the air about Hassan Ali is not being targeted. They even showed the mirror to Indian fans about the incident of Mohammad Shami and Virat Kohli.
Shia citizens of Pakistan came forward and told the entire world how proud they are of being Pakistani.
Well, Pakistanis have some different kind of humor and this tweet depicts it perfectly.
Hassan is the national hero of Pakistan. Yes, some people may be angry about Hassan Ali’s performance against Australia, but nevertheless, he is one of the top superstars of the country. Pakistani people love and respect Hassan Ali. All this is fake propaganda started by a few extremists who want to disrupt peace and religious harmony.
In a presser after the match and as well in the dressing room, Pakistan’s skipper Babar Azam clearly mentioned that their (players) unity should not be broken at any cost. They have to back each other and this is what they have done.