Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif congratulated the Zimbabwean president after Zimbabwe defeated Pakistan in an intriguing match of the ICC Males’s Twenty20 World Cup underway in Australia.
PM Shehbaz’s remark comes on the heels of a jibe by Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Damdudzo Mnangagwa who expressed delight over his nation’s win in a match versus Pakistan.
We might not have the true Mr Bean, however we’ve got actual cricketing spirit .. and we Pakistanis have a humorous behavior of bouncing again :)Mr President: Congratulations. Your crew performed very well at the moment. ? https://t.co/oKhzEvU972
— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) October 27, 2022
In a tweet at the moment, Shehbaz stated, “We may not have the real Mr Bean, but we have real cricketing spirit .. and we Pakistanis have a funny habit of bouncing back.”
The PM additionally provided the Zimbabwean president felicitation, saying, “Your team played really well today.”
Zimbabwe pulled off a shocking one-run upset by placing the Asian giants in peril of an early exit from the Twenty20 World Cup. Pakistan restricted Zimbabwe to 130-8. However their bowlers, led by Pakistan-born Sikandar Raza, choked Pakistan to 129-Eight for a memorable win in a Tremendous 12s thriller in Perth.
With two straight defeats, Pakistan face crashing out of the main match.
Taking to his official Twitter deal with, the Zimbabwean president congratulated the Chevrons and took a jibe at Pakistan by asking it to “ship the true Mr Bean subsequent time.”
Earlier, cricket followers bought engaged in a Twitter battle on the continued joke about Mr Bean, which has roots in an occasion in Zimbabwe.
What a win for Zimbabwe! Congratulations to the Chevrons. Subsequent time, ship the true Mr Bean…#PakvsZim ??
— President of Zimbabwe (@edmnangagwa) October 27, 2022
In accordance with a Zimbabwean fan on Twitter, Pakistan despatched faux Mr Bean to Zimbabwe to entertain at an occasion. When requested, the Zimbabwean fan shared the image of Asif Memon, who resembles Mr Bean, a preferred TV character portrayed by English actor Rowan Atkinson.
Memon was invited to an occasion in Zimbabwe in 2016 when he attended a comedy night time on the Harare Worldwide Convention Centre.