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Going viral: Young fan sobs after India loses Champions Trophy finals

There were no other changes in the teams standings led by South Africa, although runners-up India, England and Bangladesh have all lost a point each.”And this is Our Balochistan”.Sarfraz also won the Player of the Match award in the match against Sri Lanka when Pakistan, chasing 237 runs for victory, had slipped from 74 for one to 162 for seven.In another tweet, he said, “Valiant soldiers of Pakistan congrat Team Pak & Nation”.Pakistan on Sunday dominated with both bat and ball to thrash a rather off-colour India by 180 runs and lift the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed believes his side’s crushing victory over India in the Champions Trophy final would serve as a catalyst to bring back worldwide cricket back home.This is not the first time Indian Muslims have gotten in trouble for celebrating Pakistan’s win.Victorious Pakistan players dominate the team with their captain Sarfraz Ahmed named captain of the side.There was no way back for India, who collapsed to 158 all out with almost 20 overs of the match as they suffered their heaviest defeat by runs in 129 ODIs against Pakistan.Pakistan registered a remarkable turnaround win after widespread criticism following a 124-run drubbing by India in the opening group match of the tournament. No one expected Pakistan to win as it was the lowest-ranked team in the tournament.Pundits have credited the Pakistan Super League – the country’s Twenty20 franchise tournament, for unearthing new talent such as explosive opener Fakhar Zaman and man of the tournament Hasan Ali.Before the start of the tournament, ICC in their statement had announced that the victor of the eight-team tournament will take home a cheque of $2.2 million.But some officials believe the eight-team event is now too similar to the World Cup which the ICC, controversially, has decided should be contested by just 10 teams from the 2019 event in England.