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The match between India and Afghanistan was Fixed. Pakistani Twittersphere appears to believe Afghanistan’s players threw the game in exchange for money.

India vs. Afghanistan, a huge 210-run target in 20 overs. Following a controversial performance by the Afghanistan cricket team.

Pakistani Twitterati is assuming foul play, with many taking aims at the squad and India in the only manner they know how — through memes.
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Afghanistan’s batting order, in reaction, never appeared comfortable chasing the total from the starting as
In the match, they do not show little desire to win.

Many Pakistanis and cricketers feel Afghanistan fixed the game as India celebrates their first T20 victory match.
As a result, the Twitter trend is well-paid in India.
The greatest player, Muhammad Mujeeb was not participating due to a lack of fitness, even though they know it is a crucial match for them.

Muhammad Nabi, who is the greatest bowler, also bowls just one over, and Rashid, who is also the finest bowler, but cannot take more wickets against India.

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Pakistanis went to Twitter following the conclusion of India’s innings

Twitter users suspected foul play in the just-finished India-Afghanistan match. In trend, Everyone says on Twitter #well paid India & #INDvsAFG. With everyone having a point of view, it appears that the majority of their opinions are shared

Everyone explains how and why the match was fixed.
India’s chances of reaching the semifinals were slim, but after defeating Afghanistan by 66 runs. They may be able to come to a step closer by defeating Scotland and Namibia by big margins in their next two matches.

Many people think that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) paid the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) to lose on purpose so that India could up their destructive run rate before the semifinal. Tweets on social media are as shown.

#INDvsAFG match fixed

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