Amit Mishra Gives A Savage Reply To A Pakistani Actress

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Amit Mishra Gives A Savage Reply To A Pakistani Actress

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Following India’s elimination from the Asia Cup 2022 final race, a Pakistani actress and social activist Sehar Shinwari tried to troll Amit Mishra. In return, the former India leg-spinner gave a mouth-shutting, savage reply to the Pakistani actress.

The context of Mishra’s first tweet is that India needed Afghanistan to beat Pakistan on Wednesday in Sharjah to stay alive in the competition, having lost both their matches.

Before the Pakistan-Afghanistan game, Amit Mishra had tweeted that he will eat Afghani Chaap this whole week should the Afghanistan team manage to beat Pakistan.

Here is Amit Mishra’s tweet:

Amit Mishra trolled the Pakistani actress like a boss

Mohammad Nabi’s side came really close to defeating Pakistan. However, with 11 runs required in the last over and only one wicket left, Naseem Shah hit two consecutive sixes off full tosses from Fazalhaq Farooqi to send Pakistan in the final and knock out both Afghanistan and India.

After Pakistan’s thrilling one-wicket victory, Pakistani actress Sehar Shinwari insulted Amit Mishra, and the Indians, by saying that Mishra will now have to eat “cow dung” instead.

Mishra, who has become famous for his sense of humour on Twitter in the past year, roasted Sehar Shinwari by saying that he doesn’t have any plans to come to Pakistan! This epic reply of the veteran leg-spinner ensued a laughter riot among fans.

Here, check out Amit Mishra’s perfect reply:

India are knocked out of the Asia Cup 2022 Final race

Meanwhile, the Asia Cup delivered another last-over thriller; in fact, all the four matches of the Super 4 have ended in the last-over only. Following Afghanistan's loss to Pakistan, both Afghanistan and India have been eliminated from the race to the final. Both of them lost have two matches each - to Pakistan and Sri Lanka and these two teams have qualified for the final with two wins. 

India and Afghanistan will meet in a dead rubber on Thursday in Dubai, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka will clash in a pre-final game on Friday. The Asia Cup 2022 final will take place on Sunday, September 11, in Dubai.