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After India’s Asia Cup victory against Pakistan, Virat Kohli met with “Maaro Mujhe”-famous fan

A video of the Indian batter Virat Kohli meeting Momin Saqib, a Pakistani influencer who gained to fame after saying “Maaro mujhe maaro,” which became a meme, is currently going viral on social media. In the video, Virat Kohli and Momin Saqib discuss the “Maaro mujhe maaro” statement.

The Asia Cup match between India and Pakistan on Sunday provided the perfect opportunity for spectators to get their heart rate up as the game came down to the wire. India came out on top in the end, but not before both teams had a wild ride on the emotional roller coaster that was the game. India won the game by five wickets in the end thanks to the last-over thriller.

The audience was kept on the edge of their seats until Hardik Pandya scored a six to win the game for India with six runs needed to win off the last three balls. The spectators were kept on the edge of their seats until Hardik Pandya hit the six.

The amicable interactions between the players of India and Pakistan with each other and their respective support bases contributed to the overall atmosphere of the encounter between the two countries.

During the game, Pakistan’s wicketkeeper Hardik Pandya gave a warm embrace to Mohammad Rizwan, and India’s Virat Kohli began the match by embracing Pakistan’s former international pacer Wasim Akram.

Another video of Indian batter Virat Kohli is going viral on social media. In this video, Kohli meets Momin Saqib, a Pakistani influencer who rose to prominence after saying “Maaro mujhe maaro,” which became a meme.

Notably, Saqib had expressed his displeasure after India had defeated Pakistan in the group round of the 2019 ODI World Cup by 89 runs (DLS method).

Hardik Pandya produced a superb all-round performance as India kept their nerves to pull off an exhilarating five-wicket win over their arch-rivals Pakistan in their Asia Cup opener in Dubai on Sunday. This victory gave India a 1-0 lead over Pakistan in the tournament.

Hardik took three wickets in four overs to demonstrate his great worth under intense pressure. His short balls were well-directed, and together with Bhuvneshwar’s four wickets for 25, they contributed to India bowling out Pakistan for 147.

It ought to have been a simple chase, but India’s experienced top three collapsed, which put further strain on the middle order. After that, Hardik (33 not out off 17) and Ravindra Jadeja (35 off 29) combined for a stand that scored 52 runs and brought India to the verge of a historic victory.

After the 19th over, the star all-rounder hit three fours off of Haris Rauf, which basically ended the game for India.

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