Pakistani Celebrities Ecstatic After Pakistan’s Electrifying Crucial Semi-final Victory Against New Zealand

Pakistan defeated hot favorites New Zealand today.

Pakistani celebrities are on cloud nine after the men in green’s emphatic T20 World Cup semi-final victory against New Zealand in Sydney, Australia. today.

The who’s who of showbiz, YouTubers, and former cricketers praised the team’s performance on social media.

Ducky Bhai (real name: Saad Ur Rehman) is glad he didn’t make the trip to Sydney because he had feared that his presence would jinx the Pakistani team’s performance.

Pop singer Asim Azhar shared an interesting fact about Pakistan’s historic win today.

Ushna Shah praised the team and is already confident that Pakistan is going to lift the 2022 World Cup.

Ali Zafar was already confident of Pakistan’s victory three hours before Shan Masood scored the winning runs.

The Legend of Maula Jatt star, Hamza Ali Abbasi, congratulated the men in green for their stellar performance.

As did Osman Khalid Butt

Mere Pass Tum Ho star, Adnan Siddiqui, was thrilled with the team’s performance and congratulated the team for defeating an unbeaten side that was a World Cup favorite.

Elsewhere, Coke Studio season 14 producer Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan (aka Zulfi) and singer Faisal Kapadia were closely following the action as they cheered for the historic win.

The Cornered Tigers Rise Again

History repeated itself today as the Pakistani team, which was on the brink of an embarrassing exit last week, defeated hot favorites New Zealand today.

Much like Imran Khan’s legendary 1992 team, Babar Azam and his team put on a brilliant performance today and restricted the dangerous Kiwi side to 152 for 4. In response, Pakistan’s star batters, Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam found their form at the right time and responded with another century partnership, while Shan Masood took the team over the finish line.

Note that this is Pakistan’s first appearance in a World Cup final since 2009.

All eyes are on tomorrow’s semi-final between India and England while the Pakistani team will await the winners in Melbourne until 14 November.