For all the trolling and teasing that Pakistani fans had faced in the last decade or so for their dismal track record against India in ICC events, they finally got the chance to give it back  to their Indian counterparts when their team defeated the Men in Blue by a whopping margin of 180 runs in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy.

Before the Champions Trophy final, Pakistan had endured a tough time against India. While their record in World Cup is very dismal as they have lost all the six matches they have played against India so far, they had something to cheer about in the Champions Trophy. Pakistan entered the tournament with a 2-1 advantage over India but Virat Kohli & Co. restored parity by thrashing the Men in Green by 124 runs in the tournament-opener.

Now given the history between the two countries, fans from either side of the border do not squander a single chance to take a dig at each other. However, in the last few years, Indian fans had got the majority of chances to tease their Pakistani counterparts. And in trying to take the trolling to another level, the Indian fans mock the Pakistani fans with the famous ‘Mauka Mauka’ video that was first televised during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. The video was made with the intentions of taking a dig at Pakistan’s poor record against India.

However, Pakistani fans finally got the chance to give it back to the Indian fans when their team lifted its maiden Champions Trophy title at the expense of India. But in doing so, they have crossed the line on few occasions and one such video has now surfaced that shows Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed mocking the Indian team or maybe he was taking a dig as he was seen singing ‘Mauka Mauka’ with the fans from his balcony. The celebrations began with the chants of Pakistan Zindabaad with Sarfraz leading the chants but it soon turned a bit awry when the player began singing ‘Mauka Mauka’ with the hundreds of fans.

Here is a clip of that celebration:


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