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Viral Video Shows Azam Khan Hogging Fast Food In New York After Pakistan’s Loss To India- WATCH



Azam Khan Eating Fast Food Viral Video: The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 hasn’t gone as per the plan for Pakistan. While the Men in Green succumbed to a shock defeat against the United States of America (USA) in their tournament opener, they had a chance at redemption against India at the Nassau County International Stadium in New York where they were in a position of dominance. However, they ultimately lost the match by 6 runs.

And now a viral video shows Pakistan’s Azam Khan hogging fast food at a New York stall after the Men in Green’s defeat to India. Although ABP Live could not independently verify the authenticity of the clip, Azam is being slammed for not worrying about his fitness and form. Notably, Azam departed for a golden duck in Pakistan’s match against USA and was subsequently dropped for the India match.

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Take a look at the viral video here:


India Beat Pakistan By 6 Runs In T20 World Cup 2024

In the battle between the arch-rivals, India managed to beat Pakistan by 6 runs in New York. India might have only managed to post 119 but they kept Pakistan down to 113/7 and won the match. Jasprit Bumrah was India’s most successful bowler, finishing with exceptional figures of 3/14 off his 4 overs and was adjudged the Player Of The Match.

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Hardik Pandya (2/24 off his 4 overs) and Axar Patel (1/11 off 2 overs) also bowled well as India went on to clinch the match. Earlier, Rishabh Pant was the leading run-scorer in India’s 119. Batting at number 3, Pant scored 42 off 31. Axar, who was promoted at number 4, also chipped in with 20 off 18 while India captain Rohit Sharma made 13 off 12.

For Pakistan, Mohammad Rizwan scored 31 off 44 but fell to an attempted slog off Jasprit Bumrah when the situation seemed to be in Pakistan’s control.

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