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26 Jun

Pakistan vs. New Zealand brings out overwhelming support for the team

Right at this very moment, Pakistan is going head to head against New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The men in green are up against the strongest team in the tournament and the match is sure to be a nail biting affair – or so we hope!

The whole nation has eagerly waited for this match and our boys seem to be in good spirits after their win against South Africa on Sunday. High off of the victory, stars and civilians alike have come out once again in full support for the team and flooded it with well wishes and support.

Former cricketing star and legend, Shahid Afridi, took to Twitter to show his support for the team and wished the boys luck ahead of the game. The Shahid Afridi Foundation’s Twitter handle posted an uplifting message for the team.



After Amir’s stellar first wicket, the star was obviously in great spirits and couldn’t seem to contain his happiness and proceeded to drop some pearls of wisdom for the boys.



Suno Chanda star, Farhan Saeed, seems positive that Pakistan will annihilate New Zealand’s batting order and win it today.



Judging by the situation right now, we’re starting to think the same!



The beloved birthday boy, Fahad Mustafa, made sure that his unwavering support for the team is known by one and all and urged the boys to enjoy their game more than anything else.



Faysal Qureshi put down his demands from two very special members of the team, Mohammad Amir and Babar Azam, hoping that the former would down 5 wickets and the latter would go on to score a century. We hope that his wishes come true!



Singer Uzair Jaswal is following the match ball for ball, as are we, and his excitement and support are contagious!



The team seems to be on fire right now and we can only hope that they keep it up for the rest of the match!


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