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Malala Yousufzai trolled after 60 second challenge in opening ceremony of world cup | Malala said – Not like India, the users said on Twitter – it shows hatred towards India

60 seconds challenge game was held between the representatives of the teams during the opening Ceremoni in London.
England scored 74 runs, Pakistan 38 and India scored only 19 runs.
Anil Kumble and Farhan Akhtar Khele for India, Azhar Ali and Yusufzai played for Pak

Sports desk The 12th ODI World Cup will be played in England and Wales On Wednesday, there was an inauguration ceremony at London Mall near Buckingham Palace. Two or two representatives from all the countries participating in the tournament reached Samaroah. On behalf of India, former captain Anil Kumble and actor Farhan Akhtar reached. Right there, Pakistan is represented by cricketer Azhar Ali and Nobel laureate Yousufzai. The 60-second Challenge game was played among all the delegates at the ceremony. In this, the Indian team remained at the bottom with 19 runs. England scored the highest score of 74 runs. Pakistan scored 38 runs.

Asked about the performance of the team from Malala after the game challenge, he said, adding, "In Pakistan, we performed well, it was not bad, we stayed in seventh place. Like the little India, there is no way back. '

Malala trolls users on twitter

Following this statement, the users trolled Malala on Twitter. Users said this to be an abomination towards India. One user wrote, "You praised Pakistan, where you can not even go. You are the dishonor of India in the same way as a Brenwash Pakistani does. Yet you can travel safely in India. '

You praise Pakistan, a country where you can not go.
You are an India like a typical brainwashed Pakistani, yet India is a nation which you can safely visit.
Stop being petty and disgusting @Malala pic.twitter.com/MGugFTKCfV
– VJ (@vinayak_jain) May 30, 2019

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