On 18th June, Pakistan defeated India in the ICC Champions Trophy final. On the same day, India attained victory over Pakistan in the hockey match in the Hockey World League semi-finals by 7-1. Both the matches were played in London.
Sania Mirza who is married to a Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik, took to Twitter to congratulate both the teams. She wrote: “India lost the cricket but won in hockey against Pak. Congratulations Team India and congratulations Team Pakistan! Sport is a great leveler!”
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
But as Twitter has a tradition to troll everyone, people started trolling her for being diplomatic. Check out some of the reaction:
*शोएब मलिक को खेलना आता तो …….*
*सानिया कब की खुशखबरी सुना चुकी होती….*
— JOSHI SHIVAM (@Joshishivam01) June 18, 2017
pls express your real feelings…..
Are you happy or sad
Pls don't post diplomatic quotes, we have politicians for diplomacy..
— Rashu (@rashutandon1982) June 18, 2017
— Saumik Hathi (@saumik_hathi) June 18, 2017
Don't be diplomatic bhabi
Hockey doesn't matter u know aj Fathers day ha gandi aulad ko boht maar pari ha aj
— Rana Ghulam Dastgeer (@RaanaDastgir) June 18, 2017
Bhabhi Sports k sath Siyast bhi Achi Kar leti Ho
— Ali Hussnain Ashraf (@AliHussnain551) June 18, 2017
Bhabi apkay shohar nay match jeeta hai koi excitement nai?
— Muhammad Hasan Aziz (@MuhammadHasanAz) June 18, 2017
Madam you cant compare winning of Champion trophy by Pakistan with Hockey. Both have separate impacts of success. Its hiding of tears,
— شرمین ✌pti (@zindagi197) June 19, 2017
Susral bhi bacha lia aur meka bhi well played bhabhi G.
— Kashif Amin jatoi (@kashif_jatoi) June 18, 2017
Don't twitt two sided make ur stand clear. And u never twitt against ur in-law country for Indian Soldiers
— HARSHAD C. JADAV (@jadavharshad) June 18, 2017
Mirza ji aapke muh se india ki tareef achchhi nahi lagti
— Pankaj Prajapati (@PankajP76358860) June 18, 2017
Khush to ohot hougi tum
— IamMathur (@yogeshwermathur) June 18, 2017
Wesay ander ander se apka dil ker rha hai nara marne ko "Pakistan Zindabad"
— Shahid Fareed (@Shahid_Farid) June 18, 2017
Pakistan has won their first ICC ODI tournament since the 1992 World Cup, and victory was their biggest over India in ODIs.