Delhi Police hilariously trolls Pakistan after India’s thrilling win over Pakistan; tweet goes viral | T20 World Cup 2024

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By Mahtab Ahmad


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India’s narrow but thrilling victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the T20 World Cup 2024 match on Sunday sparked a national celebration. Social media exploded with congratulatory messages, memes and jubilant posts from fans across the country. The wave of celebration even reached the Delhi Police Department, who delivered a hilarious tweet acknowledging the high-octane encounter.

Lighthearted post from Delhi Police

Taking to their social media platform (X), the Delhi Police Department made a lighthearted reference to the India-Pakistan match held at New York’s Nassau County International Stadium. In a tweet directed at the New York Police Department (@NYPDnews), they humorously inquired if the loud noises heard were celebrations of “Indiaaa..India!” or perhaps the shattering of televisions.

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The Delhi Police Department’s witty social media post perfectly captured the electrifying atmosphere surrounding the match. Their tweet quickly went viral, adding to the online frenzy of India’s victory.

Jasprit Bumrah magic helps India beat Pakistan

India secured a narrow 6-run victory after posting a total of 119 runs in 19 overs, with Rishabh Pant contributing a crucial 42 runs. Pakistan’s chase fell short despite a valiant effort from Mohammad Rizwan (31 off 44). Jasprit Bumrah’s stellar bowling performance, claiming 3 wickets for just 14 runs, proved instrumental in India’s win.

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India’s T20 World Cup victory over Pakistan will undoubtedly be etched in memory for the close finish and the electric atmosphere it generated. The Delhi Police Department’s witty social media post added another layer of humour and joy to this momentous occasion.





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