‘Fight’ came on Twitter to remind Venkatesh Prasad, Prasad replied that Pakistanis ran away after deleting the tweet

A Pakistani user Murad took a dig at Venkatesh and reminded him of the ‘fight’ he had with Amir Sohail during the 1996 World Cup

There has been an uproar across the country after the statement of former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. People of Muslim community are coming on the streets and pelting stones. People are talking about beheading Nupur Sharma. Amidst all this, some celebrities have also expressed their views through Twitter. One of them is former India fast bowler Venkatesh Prasad. Prasad is in the headlines for his statement on Nupur Sharma. Former Indian cricketer Venkatesh Prasad has come in open support of suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma after his statement on Prophet Muhammad. He has reacted to the hanging of Nupur’s effigy outside a mosque in Belagavi. He said that I cannot believe that this is the India of the 21st century. Various reactions are coming on social media on his statement. In all this, a Pakistani user Murad took a dig at Venkatesh and reminded him of the ‘fight’ he had with Amir Sohail during the 1996 World Cup. However, after this, Venkatesh, sitting in his mood, could not bear the answer and deleted his tweet and became furious. Now the tweet of the former Indian fast bowler is going viral.

Let us tell you that it is being speculated that Murad tried to remind Venkatesh about the fours hit by Amir Sohail in the 96 World Cup and the reaction that followed. To which Prasad wrote in his tweet, ‘Yash dear Murad, I do. He looks very arrogant in the picture you posted. You should see the next ball how the vanity was overthrown.’

Let us tell you about the match which is being mentioned here that in the quarter-finals of the 1996 World Cup, the Indian team batted first in front of Pakistan, Navjot Singh Sidhu’s 93 and Ajay Jadeja’s 45 runs for 8 wickets. A target of 288 runs was given. Amir Sohail was captaining the team for Pakistan after Wasim Akram was ruled out due to injury. In response to the target set by India, the Pakistani team made an explosive start. Sohail combined with Saeed Anwar to add 84 runs in just 11 overs.

Although in the meantime Anwar returned to the pavilion after getting out, but Sohail was taking the news of the Indian bowlers on the second leave. Meanwhile, when Venkatesh came to bowl, Sohail sledged him by hitting a four in his over as well. After Sohail hit a four in the direction of point, he indicated to Venkatesh that he would hit the ball again there but it happened completely differently. Venkatesh bowled Sohail on the next ball and signaled Amir Sohail to go out of the field in the same style, which is still fresh in the minds of the people. Later in the match, the Pakistani team was all out after scoring just 180 runs despite a good start.

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