Home Asia Cup 2022 “See You In The Finals, Hopefully” – Pakistan Fan Momin Saqib...

[Watch] “See You In The Finals, Hopefully” – Pakistan Fan Momin Saqib Meets Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya Post Asia Cup 2022 Match

Virat Kohli Hardik Pandya
Photo: Momin Saqib/Twitter

Pakistan fan Momin Saqib met and interacted with Team India cricketers Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya on Sunday, post-India’s match against Pakistan at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. He congratulated the players on winning their opening clash of the 2022 Asia Cup. Team India defeated Pakistan by five wickets in a thrilling encounter.

Earlier in the match, Rohit Sharma won the toss and opted to bowl first. His bowlers made the most of the opportunity to take early wickets and push Pakistan on the back foot. They eventually bowled Pakistan out for 147 runs. On the back of Hardik Pandya’s brilliant innings, India chased down the target in the final over.

Post India’s win, Saqib met the Indian team players. He rose to fame with his viral “Mujhe Maaro” meme after Pakistan’s loss against India at the 2019 ICC World Cup. Saqib shared videos on his social media handles with Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya. In one of the videos, Saqib congratulates Virat Kohli and later admits that he is sad about the loss. However, he goes on to add,

“See you in the finals, hopefully.”

“Bhai tera chakka nahi bhulay ga!” – Momin Saqib meets Hardik Pandya

Pakistan fan Momin Saqib shared another video featuring Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who won the Player of the Match for his all-round brilliance. He took 3/25 in the match in the first innings and then played a crucial knock while chasing 148 runs. Hardik Pandya smacked a six in the last over when India needed 6 off the last three to seal the deal for his team.

Meeting Hardik Pandya, Momin Saqib expressed that he will not forget the final over six. He said, “Bhai tera chakka nahi bhulay ga! (Brother, will not forget your six).”

Team India will take on Hong Kong next in Match 4 of the 2022 Asia Cup. The Dubai International Cricket Stadium will host the clash on Wednesday, August 31. Meanwhile, Pakistan will play against Hong Kong on September 2 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.


Get the latest cricket news here, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram for more such updates.