Everyone knows that India and Pakistan are the two biggest arch-rivals across the world and when it comes to cricket their rivalry becomes exemplary. When everything was going smooth for both the cricket teams since past few months, Pakistani players stood up and took a jibe on India. The green army has now advised the blues to come to them for internal matters of the country.
At this, the explosive Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan slammed them with a savage answer. He said in a recent interview, “if someone says something about our country, of course, we will stand up. We don’t need outsiders to advice us. First, fix your own country and then speak about others”. Not only this, he even blasted the green army by saying “the people who live in the houses of glass should not be pelting stones at others”. This is not the first time when Dhawan slammed Pakistani cricketers for their unacceptable comments for India. Earlier at the time of brutal Pulwama attack also, Shahid Afridi like always spoke wrong things about the sensitive situation of Kashmir. After this Dhawan came up with a strong opinion and attacked the former Pakistani skipper with fierce reply.
Apart from Dhawan, former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir also criticized Pakistani all-rounder cricketer Shahid Afridi on his official Twitter platform. Both the popular personalities are indulging in the mouth-war at social media platforms. It seemed like the war of words between both the celebs won’t be ending soon.
On the match front, India is currently preparing for its three-match Test series at the home pitch against South Africa. However, Shikhar Dhawan will not be the part of the 15-man Test squad but he will surely support his team from the stands. He will next be seen in action in Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019-20 for Delhi’s franchise. The first Test match between India and South Africa will be played at ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium from October 2nd till October 6th. Now after a 1-1 T20I series draw, it will be interesting to see who will dominate whom in the Test battle.