In a viral video, Pakistani player Muhammad Rizwan is seen visualizing and executing shots for the Pakistan India T20 World Cup match 2021.
International Cricket Council (ICC) uploaded the video of Muhammad Rizwan of how he visualized his shots before the match and how he executed them during the match against India. Both the videos ran parallel. The video has been gaining traction on social media as cricketers and fans praise the determination of Muhammad Rizwan.
“Dream. Visualize. Execute. Mohammad Rizwan’s masterpiece started before a ball was bowled,” wrote ICC in the tweet.
Muhammad Rizwan played a match-winning partnership with skipper Babar Azam in the match leading Pakistan towards the 10-wicket victory while chasing a 152-runs target.
Dream. Visualise. Execute.
— ICC (@ICC) October 25, 2021
Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, and Shaheen Shah Afridi have been trending top on social media since yesterday. Rizwan scored 79 runs in the T20 match against India.
Celebrations in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu Kashmir peaked after Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in a highly anticipated T20 World Cup match on Sunday in Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Videos of burning firecrackers and chants of Pakistan Zindabad in IIOJK have been making rounds on social media. Several social media users and journalists from Kashmir shared the videos of widespread celebrations across the valley. Despite being heavily surrounded by the Indian army, Kashmiris came out on roads in large numbers to mark the remarkable win. However, reports of physically assaulting Kashmiri students in some parts of the Indian Punjab emerged on social media.
In another video, students in Srinagar celebrated the victory against India. Appreciation for Pakistan has been pouring in from across the world and as far as Somalia. Renowned Islamic scholar, Mufti Menk, also felicitated Pakistan in his tweet.
Celebrations were even marked in Bangladesh as well. Cricket enthusiasts in Bangladesh also cheered and wholeheartedly enjoyed the Pakistan win over India.