The disappointed supporter of Pakistan got viral in the 17th match of the cricket world cup 2019. This match was between Pakistan and Australia. The supporter was in the crowd from where he saw a Pakistani fielder drop a crucial catch. His reaction after the catch was dropped was hilariously priceless. ICC posted the GIF which set social media andRead More
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