Fake tactics have already been launched from September 27th, since the Pakistan cricket World Cup 2023 team has come to India. There is also a case where Indian cricketer Virat Kohli threw a party at his home for the Pakistani players. Along with a specific mention of Pakistan all-rounder and vice-captain Shadab Khan. This comes after a fake video of people yelling anti-Pakistan slogans at the airport.
A fake tweet that claimed to be Virat Kohli quickly became viral as Pakistan started their World Cup campaign. A miscreant who claimed to be former Indian captain Virat Kohli tweeted a tweet. He invites the Pakistani squad to a party at home, especially for Shadab Khan.
Both India and Pakistan respect one another in the sport of cricket. Their earlier games at ICC or ACC events had some friendly incidents.
A Fake Account Impersonating Virat Kohli
I greet the Pakistan Cricket World Cup 2023 Team on their arrival in my nation after a huge absence of 7 years.” Read the tweet that went viral from the account @amiVkohli. I’ll have a party at my house for my pals, especially Shadab. I love you guys; always be joyful and loving.
This is a fake username used to make a Virat Kohli’s fake account. Virat Kohli’s Twitter account’s initial user ID is @Iamvkohli. The fake account had the same profile image. The real Twitter handle of Virat Kohli is ‘@imVkohli’.
Social media users and the news outlet Free Press Journal mistook it for Kohli’s official account. Notably, the parody account has only 785 followers on Twitter, whereas Kohli’s real Twitter account has over 58 million followers.
We saw each of Kohli’s official social media profiles to see if he had truly made such a remark. We looked into the claim further as well. And that’s where we saw that it came from a fake account that was a replica of Kohli’s real Twitter account. After getting over a 1000+ retweets and 14K likes, the spoof account went viral.
The Indian women’s Cricket World Cup 2023 team was seen in a photo after winning a Gold Medal in a match versus Sri Lanka at the Asian Games 2023 in Kohli’s final tweet. It was posted on September 27.
It’s vital to note that Kohli’s real account, which shows him and his wife Anushka Sharma, has a different profile picture than the fake account. The owner of the parody account has made it plain that it is a parody account by saying so right below the bio, which reads “A proud husband and father.”
India and Pakistan to battle it out on October 14
For a thrilling World Cup match between the two rivals, India and Pakistan will face off on October 14 at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium. Their ninth match during the ODI World Cup games will take place here.
India has an advantage over Pakistan so far thanks to wins in all seven of their prior matches. The first 50-over World Cup victory for Pakistan versus India is still pending.
India beat Pakistan by a big margin of 228 runs in Colombo during the Asia Cup 2023 match. Pakistan’s World Cup campaign starts in Hyderabad against the Netherlands. After a strong bowling effort, the Netherlands held Pakistan to 286 runs. For the men in green, Mohammad Rizwan and Saud Shakeel had the best scores (both 68).
Before facing their bitter rivals, hosts India will play their first game at Chennai’s MA Chepauk Stadium against the former champs Australia.
As per the reports, Pakistan Cricket World Cup 2023 team, whose presence in the CWC 2023 has so far been tricky. They will play their games in Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, and Chennai. The Cricket World Cup 2023 event will have a total of 10 teams. It will be the same as the 2019 format as all the teams will play against one another. 4 teams will move to the semifinals.
Aside from the hosts, India, 7 other teams—England, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Australia, South Africa, and Bangladesh—have already qualified.
After the qualifying games amongst groups including the West Indies, Sri Lanka, Netherlands, Nepal, and Oman, among others, the other two spaces will be reserved.
India and Pakistan have faced off against one other for the 50-over World Cup in two Indian cities, Bengaluru (1996) and Mohali (2011).