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Fans trash Shan Masood on sister’s death anniversary tweet

His tweet came right after England beat Pakistan in a seven T20I series on Sunday. Shan Masood was the only batter on the team to score 50 runs.

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Cricket fans posted distasteful comments under the tweet of Shan Masood remembering his sister on her first death anniversary.

His tweet came right after England beat Pakistan in a seven T20I series on Sunday. Shan Masood was the only batter on the team to score 50 runs. Fans, however, slammed him for a slow strike rate when Pakistan needed an aggressive game chasing down the target of 210 runs set by England.

Disappointed fans blamed Shan Masood for Pakistan not winning the decider on Sunday; Pakistan would have won the series with the win on Sunday.

Shan Masood was taken into the squad after public pressure to solve the middle-order crisis of the Pakistan Cricket Team.

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The cricketer had shared a note regarding his sister’s death. Meanwhile, a few netizens reprimanded him for his lackluster performance in the series. Shan Masood lost his sister last year.

Some netizens schooled the cricket fans for targeting and mocking when the cricketer is mourning the passing away of his sister. They added that fans must learn to respect personal boundaries. It was not the right occasion to criticize him for his performance.

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On the other hand, Spectators chanted ‘Parchi’ slogans after cricketer Khushdil Shah lost his wicket in the seventh T20I match against England. The crowd at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium expressed disapproval and booed the cricketer after he lost his wicket. Khushdil Shah scored nearly 20 runs when Pakistan was looking for a convincing performance from the players.

Pakistan had won the toss and elected to field first. England set a mighty total of 210 runs for the Pakistani side struggling with the middle-order crisis. With the early wickets of Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan down, the middle-order of the Pakistan cricket team crumbled. Khushdil Shah again failed to step up for the team and play a convincing and invincible knock for Pakistan.