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Updated: Thursday, September 1, 2022, 9:03 [IST]

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Lucknow: A fan who watched cricket wearing a Pakistan jersey has become embroiled in a controversy after India’s jersey was sold out during the Asia Cup 20-over match between India and Pakistan in Dubai. This thing he did for fun has gone to the police.

The 20 over cricket match for the Asia Cup is being held in the United Arab Emirates. India-Pakistan teams clashed in Dubai last Sunday. The excitement of India-Pakistan match was also present in this match.

Batting first, Pakistan lost all their wickets and scored only 147 runs. The Indian team scored 148 runs in 19.4 overs and won by 5 wickets.

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Controversial Indian fan

Controversial Indian fan

In this match, India defeated Pakistan by showing excellent performance. The fans celebrated and enjoyed it. Earlier, many people from India had gone to Dubai to watch this match. A person who went to Dubai from India and enjoyed the match posted pictures wearing a Pakistan jersey and is now embroiled in controversy. The details are as follows:

Belongs to Uttar Pradesh

Belongs to Uttar Pradesh

Sayam Jaishwal lives in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. He is doing business related to liquor. He went with his friends to watch the India-Pakistan match in Dubai. He wanted to watch the match in India jersey. But by the time he left, the Indian jerseys at the stadium and nearby shops were sold out. Thus there were only Pakistan jerseys.

Fan wearing Pakistan jersey

Fan wearing Pakistan jersey

He then decided to buy a Pakistan jersey and support India by wearing it. And he thought it would be a little different for the fans of both countries in the stadium. Accordingly he bought a Pakistan jersey and wore it. He took a photo with the national flag of India in one hand and the flag of Pakistan in the other and posted it on social media.

The matter went to the police

The matter went to the police

These images spread rapidly. After this, people in his hometown Bareilly called Syam Jaiswal a supporter of Pakistan. Apart from that, they brought the incident to the attention of the police. Also, complaints were made through social media to the police officer asking him to take action. However, the police did not take any action in this regard.

Interpretation as no intention

Interpretation as no intention

Syam Jaiswal said about this, “I am still in Dubai. I tried to buy an India jersey. It is sold out and unavailable. I bought a Pakistan jersey and wore it just to show off. And while wearing this T-shirt, I chanted “Hindustan Zindabad” on the ground. Then Pakistani fans looked at me angrily. I did this to tease Pakistani fans. “There is no intention in this,” he said.

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English summary

During the Asia Cup 20 Over series between India and Pakistan in Dubai, India’s jersey was sold out, and a fan who watched the cricket wearing a Pakistan jersey is embroiled in controversy. This thing he did for fun has gone to the police.


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