India humiliated Pakistan by 5 wickets in their Asia Cup meeting on Saturday, February 27 at Sher-e-Bangla stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka.

Indian captain MS Dhoni winning the sent Pakistan to bat first, but Pakistanis could handle the Indian bowlers so they were bundled out for 83, India commencing the chase lost three quick wickets for 8 runs. They rode on Virat Kohli’s brilliantly made 49 to cruise to the target with 27 balls to spare.

We are presuming that all Pakistan cricket fans were dismayed by their team’s performance but this particular fan in Dubai was enraged beyond reason. So, much so that, he has appealed to the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Shariff to let him have a go at Team India. He said that this Pakistani team are not capable of defeating India and left their fans humiliated.

He’s so confident in his abilities that he claims he can destroy the Men In Blue without wearing a helmet or gloves.

Watch the hilarious video here:

Yeh bhai ne tou mujhe bhi rula diya :'(

Posted by Sarcasmistan on Saturday, February 27, 2016

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