Champions Trophy 2017 was set to witness a high voltage clash as arch rivals India and Pakistan battled it out in London for the coveted title. While India had cruised into the final, Pakistan scripted a dramatic turn around, having been written off before the commencement of the tournament, the dark horses scripted one of the most unexpected turn around to reach the final. And when it came to the big day the Pakistani players played with all their heart thumping India by 180 runs, the biggest margin of victory in a CT final. While India had an off day and were no match for their opponents, we have to credit Pakistan for such a clinical performance. But hey! amidst all the hype, pressure and match moments you just cannot neglect the Twitterati as they went buzzing about the final. Here are some twitter reactions for the match;
Well that’s how Pandya’s lonely fight felt like
— ketan chaudhary (@95_ketan) June 18, 2017
Every Indian fan would have hoped for this at some point in the match…
— N!xau (@id_secure) June 18, 2017
The No-ball woes
— Satish Acharya (@satishacharya) June 18, 2017
Well no denials
We need this lady right now pic.twitter.com/o1yLHyoIre
— All India Bakchod (@AllIndiaBakchod) June 18, 2017
Hahah those white blazers;
Pretty much going to be the new question in trend!
"Jadeja ne Pandya ko kyun run out kia?" is the new "Katappa ne Bahubali ko kyun maara"
— Manish (@Baba_Chu) June 18, 2017
Totally agree with these wise words
?? lost the cricket but won in hockey against ?? Congratulations Team India and congratulations Team Pakistan ?? sport is a great leveller!
— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) June 18, 2017
That analogy though
— A man has no Name (@nammekyahai) June 18, 2017
Well every fan in grief goes through this, no matter which country you belong to
Are we at the "Look guys it's a game" stage of grief of the "fix hai bc" stage?
— Rohan (@mojorojo) June 18, 2017
When your captain not only stands up during defeat, but also earns respect…
Virat Kohli, full of respect towards arch rivals and victorious opponents today, is such a remarkable ambassador for the game.
— Mirza Waheed (@MirzaWaheed) June 18, 2017
India excellent throughout tournament except today. Impressed how well @imVkohli spoke post match. Gracious in defeat.
— Brendon McCullum (@Bazmccullum) June 18, 2017
And in the end spirit of cricket has won too
— ICC (@ICC) June 18, 2017
All we can say is congratulations Pakistan and well done India, for one bad day doesn’t make you a bad team.